Hi there, in Workspace I'd like to show a set of pages and all of the
pages that came immediately after, like so, something like this:
PageNext PagePage ViewsPage A 10 Page B5Page C 20 Page D5 The question
here is: where did users go immediately after viewing a given page. No,
I'm not looking for the Flow visualization that can only look at one
page at a time in clunky visualization where page names are truncated to
the extent that you can't read them. I want the data itself, for a set
Well everywhere it's treated as "AND" so I would expect that to be the
case in Data Warehouse. Just try it out on a small sample: if your
result set decreases when adding additional segments, it's AND,
otherwise OR. I would be shocked if it's OR though.
Hi there, two interrelated questions. Background: we have yearly KPIs
(e.g. 10,000,000 Visits) and would like to create a dashboard to track
progress against year goal.Question 1: Cumulative function doesn't seem
to work, either in Workspace or regular reports.Calculated Metric
definition:Question 2: Yearly Unique Visitors doesn't appear in the list
of metrics in Workspace... why? Can that be activated?Thanks for any
Hey there, where are we with this? I'd like to create dashboards using
Workspace only, but not being able to mix different reporting suites is
a really big issue in getting to do that. Here's a sample use case:
assume we have different websites both in their individual suites as
well as all going into one global suite. When I want to include
participation metrics from one site to another, I need to look at the
global suite. Some other metrics I want to include, however, are
affected by the repor...
Bump. I'm looking at this issue again, and in my Googling I came across
my own (this) post of half a year ago. Can anybody help me with this? To
recap:What's the specific definition of "Average Time Spent on Site"?How
is this different, both technically and conceptually, from "Time Spent
Per Visitor"?Many thanks!
Hi Saurabh, that makes a lot of sense and explains why the segment
doesn't filter out anything, since every Visit has an exit page.
However, we still have an event called "Exit" that takes place on a
page. After all, I can look at a page and apply the metric "Exit", which
is different from looking at an Exit Pages report. I feel that even the
documentation confuses things (see here:
They define an Exit as "The number...
Hi thanks for your reply. Yes that's actually exactly what I tried
(should have mentioned that), but such a segment (Hit based) doesn't
filter out anything. I was playing around some more with this and am
able to do the reverse (Entry pages) by using "Hit depth = 1". But there
is no way that I know to set "Hit depth = last page" or something
Hi there, I'd like to create a segment that shows me only pages which
were the last pages (i.e. exit pages) in a given visit. I can apply the
Exit metric to the Pages report, but the Exit metric is not available
when creating a segment. How can I do this?Many thanks for any help!
I'm trying to figure what the difference is between metrics "Average
Time Spent on Site" and "Time Spent per Visitor". Here is the
documentation for "Average Time Spent on Site". Definition: "Average
Time Spent on Site is the amount of time (in minutes) users have spent
on your site across all visits."There is no specific page for "Time
Spent Per Visitor" (why not?), but I did find it referenced in the "Time
Spent" page. Definition: "Represents the time spent for a visitor during
the selected da...