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Transcript for How to Find Top Pages in Google Analytics 4

[Isaac Coppola, Presenter] Hello, I’m going to be showing you how to find your top pages within GA4 (Google Analytics 4).

So, here we’re starting on the home screen under the GA4 Global Analytics view, and to get to our top pages what we’ll want to do is head over here into Reports.

From here we’re going to go under Engagement, and here we can go to either Pages and screens or Landing page.

I’m going to show you the differences between both of these. Starting with Pages and screens we’re going to end up on this page here, and we can scroll down onto the table.

And here we’re going to look at all of our pages and we’ll be able to see our Views, Users, Views per user, Average engagement time, Event count conversions, and Total revenue. We can even sort by or filter to different events, as well as Conversion events.

We can also select here and decide whether we want to view Page path, which we are currently on, or by Page title.

Now, if we want to look at a specific hostname, what we can do is add a filter, search for Hostname, and for this video we’re going to take a look at (Major Finder).

We can select Apply, and we can see the pages within

If we go to the Landing page report it will look a little bit differently, these are the pages that users are landing on when they first visit the site. And here we have Sessions, Users, New users, Engagement time per session, Conversions, and Revenue.

Again, if we want to look at a specific hostname, all we have to do is add our filter once again, and here we’ll be able to see the landing pages within

Thank you.

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