User engagement-how do I see what visitors click on the page

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I am using User Engagement (clicks)(v10) to see what visitors click on a webpage. However, each link/button come as a long text form (see following picture) that make it so hard to understand which particular link/button is it on the webpage. 

 

Is there a way to relabel these long text form to something else more simple and easier to read? 

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You can also use Activity Map, but you'd need every single one of those link elements, or a parent DIV, to have its own unique ID.