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How do I track a group of URL'S?

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I have about 20 specific URL's I want to watch, as a whole group, to see visitor usage, bounce rate, exit rate...all the standard metrics, but on the group.  It takes way way too long for me to use "Drill down" to find the URL's and then put them all in a spread sheet to see how they are doing.  Our site has over a million URL's and I'm just a novice in analytics, but would really appreciate any help on how to do this.  I'd rather not do this by placing different tracking code on the HTML page itself, as it is not retroactive and much more difficult since it would require custom visual studio programming.  I simply want to take existing statistics already gathered on several URL's and see them all in one place.

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Re: How do I track a group of URL'S?

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Hi Arthur,

usually, the easiest solution for bundling pages together is to use Google Analytics Content Groupings with rule-set method, isn't retroactive, however.

Christoph

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