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Getting Started With a Basic Report

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Okay, hopefully this is a simple enough place to start.  I'd like to set up a simple report and have some basic questions on how to do it and how to keep using it.


I would like to know something about which of my pages is performing well on various social media as measured by traffic that I receive. So, I'd like to run a report every week to get the top 20 pages as ranked by traffic coming from Twitter (or FB or whatever).


It's easy for me to just go to Behaviour > Site Content > All pages...


But then what?


1) How do segment this to only show traffic that's coming from Twitter?

2) How do I then save this as a report so I can run it whenever I like?






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Getting Started With a Basic Report

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Why don't you start at Acquisition>>Social>>Landing page and pull in "Social Network" as a secondary dimension?  Then you can use the advanced filter to pull in what you need and click save.. or strangely the UI on these pages still has the old nav so shortcut if you see that.


You can also go to Source/Medium, go the social source in question, drill in and select "Landing Page" as your secondary dimension.   Then save that so you have it all set in your Customization section.




Hope that helps.




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