Next Page URL (c1) showing same content for 1a,b,c,d... as 11a,b,c,d... as 21a,b,c,d

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28-02-2018

Is there a workaround for next page report bug?

Is there a way to quickly get every single next page piece of data in a single place? (Like export to csv)

I am seeing a bug on next page url (c1) report where I am seeing the first five entries of each page being the same content. See below images for what I mean.

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09-03-2018

I then recommend you use analysis workspace. It has a more robust user flow tool and can even allow you to overlay metrics as part of the analysis. It then has some export abilities you may find better suited for a data driven export and formatting.

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09-03-2018

Reviewing the site I do not think it should be the case where multiple content pages are mapped to the same URI. It's a good observation as some pages are of this type: https://provider.liveandworkwell.com/content/laww/cliniciansearch/en/spa.html#/provider-detail

The current download functionality is giving a snapshot of the first 10 previous pages with the first 5 next page entries. I would love to export the entire set (all from->next pairs with instance counts). Currently I am stuck with a very slow export process (1 previous page per export).

My use case: I want to create performance tests that dynamically follow the path of my users. To achieve this I want to assign all pages a percentage next page to follow map (ex: home -> member 50%, claim 25%, logout 25%). This would be created using the AEM next page metrics

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09-03-2018

I may be confused about these metrics but it appears to be the URL hit by previous page. I find it unintuitive that a previous page could be duplicated as shown in the images.

Also the first six sets of each page are exactly the same (1a==11a==21a==31a... && 2a=12a... & ... & 6a==16a==26a). The 7-10th are not.

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09-03-2018

Do you mean Content/member/html for each line of report?

I am guessing here but can you verify does your site have some sort of common header that could be accidentally firing your code multiple times on each page when users navigate page to page? Seems like content /html could be a universal template component.

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Gigazelle
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08-03-2018

Can you provide evidence that it's actually a bug? Looking at it from my perspective, it appears that those could genuinely be the next pages visitors hit. You can validate this by checking the previous pages report for that member page.