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How many users have visited two specific pages on my site?

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Hi, I'm trying to figure out how many users have visited page X and page Y on my site, not necessarily in the same session and not in any particular order. I've tried setting up a custom report (metric group: sessions, dimension drilldown: user type, filters: include page url X and page url Y), but haven't had any luck getting any data. Does anyone have any insight into how this information can be accessed? Thanks.

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Splinter are you trying to see those users who have visted either page x or page y or those users who have visited page x and page y. If you are trying for page x or page y within a session then your filters: would need to be or not and. If you are trying to see users who have visited both page x and page y then you need to change from metric group: from session to users since you mentioned not necessarily in the same session.
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Hello,

try building a segment for this type of query.

Add Segment > Sequences > and then add in your custom parameters (Page X and Page Y).
From here, you may find it helpful to combine this segment with the Behavior Flow report to see each of the touch-points a user reached that include Pages X and Y.

Hope this helps!
Grant