Take a look at my answer at
, which contains instructions on how to create the segment that the
Fallout visualisation uses. That will help you to get your freeform
table to produce the same results.
The "Entries" metric would work, but it would make sense when paired
with a non-Entry dimension. So in your case, include the "Page URL
(c26)" dimension with the "Entries" metric only. If you want to
breakdown the URL by Pages, then use the "Page" dimension, not the
"Entry Page" dimension.
See if you have a "Entry Page URL (c26)" dimension instead. If so, use
that. In AA, Pages is not synonymous with Page URL. In particular, from
the "(c26)" postfix, I can tell that your page URLs are being tracked to
a custom variable, "prop26". So that is an implementation that is not
out-of-the-box from AA. Pages are normally tracked with the "pageName"
variable. Now, when you breakdown your Page URL (c26) variable by Entry
Page, you have to consider a user journey through your site. It could b...
I assume that you have the following setup: Automatic link tracking for
file downloads, which includes the ".pdf" file extension Custom link
tracking with event9 (as you've described) If so, then I believe this is
what is happening: when a user clicks a link that links to a ".pdf"
file, the following occurs: Your Rule that sets event11 runs, because
the user had clicked a ".pdf" link. AA's automatic link tracking runs,
because the user had clicked a link that is a ".pdf" file extension, and