How do you view all the pages your visitors access in Google Analytics? Matthew Edgar provides a quick overview of how to access and use the "All Pages" report.
In this video, we're going to review the All Pages Report in Google Analytics. The All Pages Report lets you view all pages that people looked at during their visit to your website.
To access the All Pages Report in Google Analytics, you'll wanna go to Behavior, Site Content, and then click on All Pages. This is a table of all the pages people looked at over a certain time period. This is really helpful to get a sense of what people are interested in when they're viewing your website.
Looking at this report should give you an idea of what pages you wanna focus on updating to find better ways to engage with your visitors.
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