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How to exclude a result when the landing page is the same?

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Hello all,

 

I am trying to see all the search results done from my website, however, to do this I need to somehow be able to exclude the results where the page path is the same as the landing page. How can I do this in Google Analytics please?

 

Thank you

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Re: How to exclude a result when the landing page is the same?

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Hi, Maxim, which report are you using? Is it the Behaviour > Site Search > Search Terms report?
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Re: How to exclude a result when the landing page is the same?

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Hello,

Yes, I did just use it and the problem is the same... It shows the search term even when it's the same as the landing page (which means that the visitor came through a link from an indexed search term and not by using the search function...)

However, I can see a small difference between both, the search term basically strips the /s/ before the search terms. For example, the search term would be /videos/funny/ while the landing page would be /s/videos/funny/