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Goal tracking With Regular Expression

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Hi Smiley Happy

 

i want to track any page URL wich contains /order_confirmation/  in URL, so after research i add this regex to analytics

 

^/order_confirmation/(.*)   , but looks like it doesn't works, please help Smiley Happy

 

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October 2016

Re: Goal tracking With Regular Expression

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Hi Royal Flush,

you may always try to test your regular expression prior to setting it in charge in goal definitions if you use the search field just above the ordinary all-pages report (it accepts regular expressions). Then,

^/order_confirmation/

should do the job. You don't need wildcards in the beginning or the end of regular expressions.

Christoph

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Hi,

Just use Regular Expression and order_confirmation. Everything will be fine.

 

Hope this helps.

Taavi

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Wow strange Smiley Happy i will do that
,thanks
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October 2016

Re: Goal tracking With Regular Expression

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Hi Royal Flush,

you may always try to test your regular expression prior to setting it in charge in goal definitions if you use the search field just above the ordinary all-pages report (it accepts regular expressions). Then,

^/order_confirmation/

should do the job. You don't need wildcards in the beginning or the end of regular expressions.

Christoph

Goal tracking With Regular Expression

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Thank you , i will try this as well Smiley Happy