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22-03-2019

Hi Team,

I have tried the “Next Page Flow” report in Omniture. But for each category page, every CID tracking code on that category is tracked in a separate report.

So, if we just choose one version (like highlighted) the information is incomplete and inaccurate. If we want to see the next page flow for all CIDs combined, I’m not sure how to or if that’s possible to do quickly.

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Hi,

I would use Adobe workspace to see the next user flow. There are multiple ways to do this, e.g. you can create segments having all CID then use category name report (if you are tracking it already) or classify your page in some meaning full groups to use that as a dimension in Flow visualization in the workspace. More Details: Flow  https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/analytics/analysis-workspace/creating-flow-report.h...

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