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Segment users who viewed 2 specific pages in any order

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Hi,

In my Analytics account, I want to see users who viewed 2 specific pages in any order. Any ideas on how I do this?

Thanks,
Cormac

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Re: Segment users who viewed 2 specific pages in any order

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Hi Cormac,

I am going to move this thread to the Google Analytics board, since the question is related to Google Analytics and not Google AdWords.

You can create this segment by creating a new segment from your Reporting section of Analytics. On the left side of the "new segment" window, click on "Conditions" under "Advanced." From there, you can create custom rules to segment your data the way you need. In this case, you would have two rules: Page contains URL 1, AND Page contains URL 2. Make sure to use the "and" operator between the two rules to capture a segment of users who visited both.

To see a more detailed list of possible ways to segment your Analytics data, you can check out this guide: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3124493?hl=en

Hope this helps!
Cassie

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Re: Segment users who viewed 2 specific pages in any order

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Hi Cormac,

I am going to move this thread to the Google Analytics board, since the question is related to Google Analytics and not Google AdWords.

You can create this segment by creating a new segment from your Reporting section of Analytics. On the left side of the "new segment" window, click on "Conditions" under "Advanced." From there, you can create custom rules to segment your data the way you need. In this case, you would have two rules: Page contains URL 1, AND Page contains URL 2. Make sure to use the "and" operator between the two rules to capture a segment of users who visited both.

To see a more detailed list of possible ways to segment your Analytics data, you can check out this guide: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3124493?hl=en

Hope this helps!
Cassie

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Thank you. I guess my next question will have to be moved also, as I find this site mind-boggling but:

Every time I search for a solution in Google, it finds me the answer I want, but then when I click on the page, the answer loads for 1 seconds with a URL beginning "productforum", but then it automatically redirects me to this page: https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-Analytics/ct-p/Google_Analytics (the URL I'm trying to get to is: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/analytics/7-8bcVgO66Y but it won't let me go to that page).

Which is completely useless! I don't even see a section on that page where I can post a question, which is why I'm posting here in a reply to a completely unrelated matter!

Thanks,
Cormac