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Add a path

Click Add in the user paths list and fill out the form:

You can add a path based on an already saved path. To do this, open the path page and click Duplicate path.

General info

Select field values and configure filters:

  • Account — to which the new path diagram will be added. If you have only one account, it will be selected automatically.
  • Project — on which apps the path will be built.
  • App — on which the path will be built. By default, all project apps are selected. You can select one or more apps and remove unnecessary ones.
  • Audience type — physical devices or authorized users.
  • Filters that allow you to build a path based on a specific country, region, gender and age of the audience, partner name, campaign, and more.
  • Period for which the user path will be built. The period is the time interval during which your audience completed events or navigated through the pages of the site or app.

Choosing nodes and calculating diagram

  1. Choose the path direction: either to or from a completed event or visited site page.
  2. Choose the diagram node: custom event or page URL.
    • If you are building a path by visited pages, enter the page URL in the field. This page will be the initial or the final node on the diagram. The data transfer protocol https is optional; for example, example.com.
    • If you are building a path by completed events, select an event from the drop-down list. Before doing this, make sure that MyTracker receives custom events.
  3. (Optional) You can hide events or URLs. They will not be displayed on the diagram and will not be considered in the calculation. To do this, click  , select the event or site page to hide, then click Add.
  4. (Optional) If your project has a large data volume and diagram calculation takes a long time, use sampling. Set the high percentage for more accurate results, or lower it to speed up the calculation.
  5. Click Calculate, and MyTracker will build the first two steps of the diagram. Click on the nodes, as shown in the figure below, to unfold the path and analyze it. To collapse the path, click on the node again.
  6. (Optional) Name the diagram. This step can be skipped. The path name will be set automatically, depending on the selected conditions. For example, the path from the site page will be named "FROM example.com".
  7. (Optional) You can export the diagram to PDF, PNG, or SVG. To do so, click   and choose the file format.
  8. Click Save.

To learn how to interpret the diagram, see Path analysis

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