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Track what page users are coming from on my own site.

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Hi there,

 

I'm trying to figure out how to track how users are arriving to a particular page on my website (e.g. http://mysite.com/page7.html). I know about Referrals and Source / Medium, but I'm really interested in what pages on my own website that people are clicking from

 

In other words - how do people get to page7.html? Are they clicking on a link from page2.html? Are they coming in from a search?

 

This has to be super simple, but I can't find it.

Thanks!

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Accepted by topic author Doug H
March 2016

Re: Track what page users are coming from on my own site.

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Hi Doug,

It's a little hidden in between, you're right ... Just go to Behaviour > site content > all pages report, click on your page of interest, and go to navigation summary in the upper part of the page. Here you see were people are coming from when entering that page and where they are clicking on that page.

Christoph