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How to set goal in Google Analytics that required specific page

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So our company has new page that has just implemented (let say  "page x" --> not a landing page) and we want to see how many visitors that through  "page x " convert into the goal (let say "page y"). If I just make the goal destination like "/page y" the goal number that appear is ALL the visitors who reach "page y" (through or not through "page x"), so how I set the goal setting to only show the visitors who reach "page y" through "page x" ? Thank you

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Re: How to set goal in Google Analytics that required specific page

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Hi Aldo,

You can set up a custom segment only containing sessions with page URL equals page x, and and use that segment when analysing your goal.

Alternatively, you can set a custom segment with page URL equaling your goal page, and then use the Page-Value dimension in your all-pages report to assess which pages contributed most to your goal completion.