Hi, I am new to Adobe Analytics. Previously, I was using Google Analytics
In Adobe Analytics, I have set up a lead gen goal for users who landed on the thank you page.
However, I'm not sure how to manipulate the data and metrics to show the conversion rate. In Google Analytics, the goal conversion rate for the respective (landing) pages are shown automatically, but it seems like a bit of additional work is needed for adobe analytics. Hope my question makes sense.
How can I implement or manipulate the data in Adobe Analytics to show this?
You can use the Page dimension in Analytics along with the custom event. You could also use the visits metric as your success metric with the page dimension. It sounds like the visit would only get to the page if they successfuly landed on the thank you page so it should align closely with your custom event.
Adding to earlier responses by @kainth and @mesood , you will need to first decide on the metric that you are using to capture the conversion for your site. It seems you must be capturing the conversion in an event (like, lead gen) - in that case you can use the metric along with the "Thank You" landing page to show the desired result.
You can run Pages report against Event capturing Lead generation. In case you want to look at the URL being used, you need to first capture page URL in a variable as page url is not available bydefault in R&A and Workspace.