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Re: Aggregate data from multiple webpages
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Hi @hansenedr!The company I work for already does this, and depending on how organized you are, you can do it how either @Andrey_Osadchuk or @mikeetiuPH suggested.I can already tell you I am using a segment at the HIT level that gets everything that I need because the pages all start with a base-level name. If you're already using page naming conventions that work in your favor to use either of these approaches, you should be in good shape! Otherwise, you may have a little pre-work ahead of you....

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If you mean where the page in question was the Entry (a.k.a. landing) page and you want to report on the external referrers, then try this:Create a freeform table.Drag the "Entries" metric into the table's columns area.In your Pages dimension, search for the page in question and drag it into the table's rows area. The table now reports the number of visits to this page where this page was the Entry (a.k.a. landing) page for the visits.Break down the Page by the Referrer dimension.

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