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This forum just really helped me with using regex to compare a list of distinct urls.  The urls I compared were the landing page urls for each language of my website.  Now I want to do the same thing but look at all traffic from each language.  In order to do this I went to the Content Groupings section and using the rules based option I went with Page - contains /en/ (for the English language) OR page contains /fr/ I saved it and went to the reports and then selected the content group.  All I got back was a single (not set) line.  Please can someone tell me what I am doing wrong.

 

Thanks in advance.  Gavin

 

 

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Hi Gavin,

Remember that content grouping is not retroactive, it works only forward from the creation date.

I'd suggest using advanced segments for segmenting your historical data and include only users/sessions based on your rules. Let me know if you have any questions,

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Thanks Arnold. OK, so I go into advanced conditions and select Page - Contains - /en/ and then OR Page - Contains - /fr/. What I get back are hundreds of urls. All I want to know is how many sessions were from all urls starting with /en/ (i.e. all English language traffic) and all urls starting with /fr/ (i.e. all French traffic). I just want to see two lines with all that data aggregated. Thanks for any more help.