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Re: Using evars and props to capture Internal Search terms
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Since this is an older post, I'm assuming you've solved this issue. Incase others find this post, I'll post a few helpful links below: https://blog.adobe.com/en/publish/2009/10/26/internal-search-implementation-and-a-few-best-practices.html#gs.ukex95 https://analyticsdemystified.com/adobe-analytics/internal-search-tips/ https://training.osadchuka.com/blog/internal-search-tracking-in-adobe-analytics

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Hi Magus, Welcome to the community.Yes you are right. Renaming pages will permanently change the page name in all the reports that you have. However you can restore it - https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/reference/name_pages_admin.html Also check out this article on Page Naming best practices by Adam Greco - http://analyticsdemystified.com/general/page-section-site-naming-best-practices/Hope this helps.Tanmay

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Hey Magus. The evars and prop behave differently. When you send a value in a prop and an evar on a page both increase in page views count by one. However on the next page, the evar values may persist, thus increasing the page views further for it and the prop value's page view will still be one. Apart from this if you are using any metric which gives site wide totals in the report (ex: visits) then it will also show how many hits or pageviews, visits, etc did not have the value. Hence you are se...

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