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When looking at my behavior flow, I only see one page showing and that is the homepage. It is not registering any of the other pages on the site.

 

We are using an Angular site, I'm not sure if this is a problem. I have attached a picture of what the behavior flow looks like below.

 

I want to see the full interaction throughout the site but this is all I see. Help!

 

Screen Shot 2017-01-06 at 3.45.53 PM.png

 

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Hi Leslie :-)
I have very little knowledge of Angular, but it does seem to pain ppl in regards to tracking the pageviews in GA


You may want to possibly look into something such as Angulartics
http://angulartics.github.io/

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Great source @Bronwyn V!

 

Leslie, if you're running a single-page application, where content is served dynamically without page reloads, you'll need to modify your GA or GTM configuration.

 

Typically single-page apps use anchor links, where following a link keeps you on the same page but jumps the browser to some anchored position.

 

If you're using GTM on your site, you can pretty easily track for example strings of characters (URL fragments) that follow a hash mark (#) in the URL.

 

Here you can find a couple of great articles where you can learn about that: first, second & third.

 

Cheers,

Taavi

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Thanks @Taavi Kalvi :-))

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Respect @Bronwyn V! I personally think that your answer was way better than mine. Really great source, haven't seen it before. Smiley Wink

 

Cheers,

Taavi