I am trying to make a visit-based segment within Adobe Analytics that will exclude data only from a certain set of pages, without affecting numbers for other pages visited within that same session. However, I am not certain current segment logic supports this. I am using sequential segments containing hits to try and accomplish this. Below is my current segment:
a) see what happens except a certain page? use a hit-segment where you exclude the page (page does not equal ...)
b) see all visits where user visited page X but exclude the hits for page X? might be a little tricky by combining a visit-container within a hit-container... will try to create a screenshot if this is really what you are looking for ....
I'm not positive I fully understand what you are trying to do but If you are just trying to eliminate all the hits from a certain page but not others you should be able to create a simple segment for that. Create a segment based on the hit rather than visit and then put the page name component into the container and used a does not equal for the page you want to exclude. Apply that segment to whatever report you'd like in Analysis Workspace.
As was already mentioned, you can apply multiple segments to the same report so if there are other criteria you need to add.
That makes sense now..the pages are visited before and after the selected page, which is why the total number (numbers that populate at the bottom of Adobe report) are affected. I am also using another visit-based segment on top of what we have already discussed to view the data.
So I am assuming there is no way to exclude visits/visitors only from a selected page (even if they viewed other pages) when looking at data using another visit-based segment?
The stacked segments worked for me, however they took away visit data from other pages besides just page X. I basically just want to filter out numbers from page X without affecting total numbers. Would that be expected of this segment logic?