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Finding User flow (or is it Behavior flow) for very specific page

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I am trying to find the click path for a page kind of deep in my site. two subfolders in.

 

Is that User Flow or Behavior Flow?

 

AND... in either one, I can't see to click through the top level flow to drill dwon to that page. I can find it where it will say >100 pages and then you click "Group Details" and I see it in a pop-up list. But you can't click the links in the list.

 

HOW DO I FIND THE CLICK PATH FOR THIS PAGE??? PLEASE HELP.

 

Thank you!

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Hi Kristi,
i don't love Flow report due to high sampling and due the difficulty to navigate it.
I don't know if this will help you, but it will show click stream for every single page
If you go to
Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages

Search for the page that you want to analyze on the list, click on the url.
Then above the graph of that report select Navigation Summary.
It will show from what pages use arrive on the page that you select and will show you what is the next pages.

Fil

Re: Finding User flow (or is it Behavior flow) for very specific page

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Hi Kristi,

 

Well you can use the User flow report to see click

You would have to click the path before >100 pages http://take.ms/NF1r4  and it is highlighted and you will be able to see the user flow

Before Click

http://take.ms/MEMo7

After Click

http://take.ms/fmrvs

 

but it still won't tell you the exact numbers since the pages are mixed up

 

The other option we have is All Pages Report

Behavior > Site Content > All Pages

 

You can simply search the pages your page here http://take.ms/sxsvs

Select your page

and go to Navigation Summary http://take.ms/FIa4T

 

you can also user the secondary dimension Previous Page path http://take.ms/XCDNX

 

Hope this helps

Cheers,

Noman

 

 

 

Re: Finding User flow (or is it Behavior flow) for very specific page

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Thank you!!!!!!

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Thank you!!!