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Entrance in goal visualization?

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when i see a step that says {entrance} what does that mean?

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Hi Marco
That's where the user started the goal flow.

Dave

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what are the page underneath it ?

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Those are the pages/steps in the flow. I'd encourage you to look at the help Center articles for each of the reports that you're looking at. It explains them really well and you might get the answer you need quicker than waiting in me to respond to you Smiley Happy

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Dave, do you have any thoughts on how to interpret an "(entrance)" value in the *first* column of a Reverse Goal Path?

That's the column entitled "Goal Completion Location." I'm seeing the most of our goal completions showing up in the first row of this report, with "(entrance)" in that first column, which doesn't make sense to me.

For example, if we have a goal based on an "Play" event (we're tracking video plays), how could it be that a visitor could trigger that goal without visiting a page first, given that all our YouTube videos are in an iframe on a html page? I would think you'd always see some kind of page url in that first column.

Thanks for any thoughts.