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How to cluster URIs / Pages

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Hello,

 

our primary dimension "Page" in "Site Content > All Pages" (e.g.) looks somewhat like this:

 

1. www.domain.de/virtual/de/customer/customersiteX > 3 views

2. www.domain.hu/virtual/hu/customer/customersiteZ > 2 views

3. www.domain.hu/virtual/hu/supplier/suppliersiteX > 2 views

4. www.domain.fr/virtual/fr/customer/customersiteZ > 1 views

5. www.domain.co.uk/virtual/en/supplier/suppliersiteY > 1 views

6. www.domain.at/virtual/de/supplier/suppliersiteY > 1 views

 

and so on. So, we got the indivudual full URL in "Page" than something like /virtual/LANG/ and after that the specific subdirectory and site. 

 

My Question is: Is it possible to cluster everything AFTER /virtual/LANG/?

 

So the "new" report should look something like this:

 

1. /customer/customersiteX > 3 views

2. /customer/customersiteZ > 3 views

3. /supplier/suppliersiteX > 2 views

5. /supplier/suppliersiteY > 2 views

 

Is this possbile? What do we have to do, do cluster the sites? It would be awesome if we could to that in existing views and in retrospect. Thank you very much in advance for any valuable input!

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I think content groupings may be the answer but I'm just learning about those myself so can't help much! Either that or segments, me thinks

How to cluster URIs / Pages

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done with learning?

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How to cluster URIs / Pages

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Did you figure this out? Otherwise - retrospectively, nothing will work within the GA UI. If that's important dump the data into Google Sheets, via the API, and manipulate it there. Otherwise, your best bet is to create a new view where you add filters to manipulate the data as you require. Within the existing views there's no way to manipulate the data other than content grouping, and that is only from the time they were created.

 

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Yes I did. I solved it with an own view where I manipulate the URIs with filters so they are consolidated. Just as you suggested! Thank you!