The Web Tracking Report shows sessions details for each individual page on your site that is being tracked. Being able to see the details for each page can be useful, but there may also be times where it may be necessary to view the details of the page as part of a collective group. If you have a blog on your website, and there are 15 pages that are specifically part of the blog, you can view the session details for each individual page of the blog, or by tagging each blog page with the same tag, you can see how the blog has been interacted with as a whole.
Tagging is a great way to get a big-picture view of the data.
Ensure that the Informz web tracking code has been added to your website
Navigate to Marketing Automation > Web Tracking
Click on the Page Tags tab.
In the Page Tags tab, click on Assign Tags to Pages
A new window will pop up. Click on Edit Tags.
Another pop-up will display, click on + New Tag.
Enter the name for the tag and click Submit.
When you are back in the Assign Tags to Pages window, the Tag dropdown menu will display all available tags. There is also a list of all pages that have had the web tracking code installed on them. Click on the URLs for the pages listed in the Available Pages section to add them to Selected Pages section to add the tag to that page. You can click on the URLs in Selected Pages section to remove the tags from those pages as well.
Once a tagged page has been visited, the details for that group of tags will now be visible in the Page Tags tab of the Web Tracking Report.
Tag! Your Web Pages Are It!
Don't let the big picture of your reporting data hide from you in a massive list of URLs. Call "Olly Olly Oxen Free," and view the collective details for a group of web pages in an easy-to-read format. Are you ready for all this data at your finger tips? Well ready or not, here they come!