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New Registrations - Do you use events, visits or uniques?
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Just a general question for discussion. When reporting on new registrations using Adobe Analytics, which metric do you use?Do you take a sum of landmark events, do you count visits where a registration event occured or do you take the number of unique visitors that had a reg event?Our tracking has been known to duplicate events so I personally either take visits or uniques with a reg event. The rest of our business report on our database registrations which would probably be closer to the "uniqu...

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Thanks. Just wanted to check a few points.We populate the eVar with Customer ID only when they login; does this mean the Time Spent per visit will just show how long they spend after they have logged-in? Is it possible to get the time they are on site when not logged-in?What is the definition of Time Spent per Visit? Does the time counter end when a user exits site?

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Hi, I'm trying to create a report to list customers with the highest dwell times.We're currently passing in Customer ID into eVar and a prop (part of an implementation before my time). I'd imagine I need to use Time Spent per Visit metric and the eVar. Will this capture all their time on site? I'm assuming the prop would just capture the time after they login... is this correct?Any help appreciated!

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I'm looking for specific journeys that may be longer than one page view.Segment 1: Homepage > ExitSegment 2: Homepage > Page A > ExitSegment 3: Homepage > Page A > Page B > ExitThe issue is when I created segment 1 like the examples above I saw views of pages other than Home.The goal from this is to find most popular routes, or routes that have a high exit rate.

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Hi ericmatisoff​ - interestingly when I used these segments and used 'Pages' report I could see other pages than just the Homepage. If this is users to Homepage who immediately exit then how could they visit other pages?

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This is great.Thanks ishans9314858​,ericmatisoff​

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So to clarify, if I wanted to see how many users/visits went from Home then exit immediately would I use this segment:And if I wanted those who enter site on Home then exit immediately (essentially a Homepage bounce) I would use this one:Is this correct?

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I've been tasked by our Product and UX teams to find journeys on our site where users drop out, don't convert or experience issues.Initially, I simply looked at Pages report using Exits and Exit rate metrics. I've also built some segments for users who login but don't transact while visiting our "key" areas of site to see which journeys they take.What I wanted to do was build some basic journey segments listed below:Homepage > ExitHomepage > Key Area 1Homepage > Key Area 1 > ExitHomepage > Key A...

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Yes, I'm looking to create these distinct segments in Analytics so I can see where users in each group visit on our site.

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I'm trying to split Saturday site uniques into different groups.These would be:1: Didn't visit an area where they could transact2: Did visit an area where they could transact and DID made a purchase3: DID visit an area where they could transact but DIDN'T transactAppreciate a user could visit a transacting area multiple times and purchase once and be counted in groups 2 & 3.I was wondering if there's a way you can exclude users who made a purchase within the date range.Eg. (in one day) 5 session...

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Thanks for this. I'm also looking at creating two similar segments.The first would be for visits that just visited Home, Landing page and Login. This could be in any order, any number of times. This would be called "Non transacting" as the user doesn't visit a page where they can transact.The second segment would be visits that include any page other than the three mentioned, but could also include the three pages mentioned (basically the opposite of the above). This would be "Transacting" as th...

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Hi,I've recently conducted some pathing analysis using Full Paths to see what our most popular journeys are. We've found a lot of traffic visiting specific areas of our site that won't convert so I'm looking to create a segment in Ad Hoc Analysis/Workspace to identify these users.Is it possible for me to segment users who only visited one or two specific pages of site?I want to exclude any visits that went to pages other than the two above... is this possible?Thanks,James

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