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Showing next page on Workspace

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Hello, 

 

I have a question concerning the workspace.

I would like to analyse the previous AND the next page of a website. Showing the previous page of a website is possible with the dimension "Previous Page". But is there also a dimension which helps me analyze the following/next page? 

 

(the flow chart is not sufficient for me since it shows the PATHS and not the views, unique visitors, average time on site...

 

I would be very grateful for a quick and helpful answer!

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It sounds like you are capturing the 'previous page' into a prop or an eVar and using this as breakdown on 'page' to see what the previous page was.

 

Conceptually, you can just reverse these dimensions to get a 'next page' report i.e. when you break 'previous page' down by 'page', you can think of 'previous page' as 'page', and 'page' as 'next page'

 

In affect this becomes a 'next page' report which maybe what you are looking for

 

EDIT: you may also want to go and vote for this idea...

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-ideas/make-previous-page-next-page-...

 

 

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Dear kimmich,

Check out the excellent article by Frederik Werner.

Link : https://www.fullstackanalyst.io/blog/web-analytics/analysis-workspace-hacks-next-and-previous-page-r...

You can now playaround with the flows based on any metrics you need.

Thank You, Pratheep Arun Raj B | Xerago | Terryn Winter Analytics 

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Community Advisor

It sounds like you are capturing the 'previous page' into a prop or an eVar and using this as breakdown on 'page' to see what the previous page was.

 

Conceptually, you can just reverse these dimensions to get a 'next page' report i.e. when you break 'previous page' down by 'page', you can think of 'previous page' as 'page', and 'page' as 'next page'

 

In affect this becomes a 'next page' report which maybe what you are looking for

 

EDIT: you may also want to go and vote for this idea...

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-ideas/make-previous-page-next-page-...