How to more easily view Page Titles in Google Analytics reports
I sent out the most recent JEA Digital Media Committee report a few weeks ago that included data from the last six months of the site. Part of the report showed the most visited posts from the site during that time period and I included a screenshot similar to the first one shown in this post (#1).
While it shows the data I was looking for (most visited posts during the time period), the big problem was that it showed the title of the piece in the form of it’s URL path. In some instances, it’s pretty easy to tell at a glance what the post is, in others, it’s not as easy.
Following the release of my report, JEA Executive Director Kelly Furnas dropped me a note and showed me how to easily change that column to view the page title of the post, rather than the URL path (#2). In retrospect, I think I’d been told this a couple times before, but my brain hadn’t allowed it to stick. To make it stick this time, I decided to write this post so I would remember it, and to hopefully help someone else in the process.
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