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    How do I use user flow in Google Analytics?

    How do I use user flow in Google Analytics?

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    First, log into your Google Analytics account and navigate down the left panel to “Users Flow”. Then, set the date range that you want to review in the users flow graph. This is located on the top right. The users flow interface will then give you a graphic display of the traffic through your website.

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    A user flow is a series of web pages that define a visitor or task. It includes the steps that a user performs to complete the task, during a website visit or other UX process. The “top path” is the most common user flow. ... Let's find the top path through your site. We'll do this using three reports in Google Analytics.

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    1. log into your Google Analytics account and navigate down the left panel to “Users Flow”. Then, set the date range that you want to review in the users flow graph

    2.This is located on the top right. The users flow interface will then give you a graphic display of the traffic through your website

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    A user flow is a series of web pages that define a visitor or task. It includes the steps that a user performs to complete the task, during a website visit or other UX process.
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    The Users Flow report is a graphical representation of the paths users took through your site, from the source, through the various pages, and where along their paths they exited your site. The Users Flow report lets you compare volumes of traffic from different sources, examine traffic patterns through your site, and troubleshoot the efficacy of your site.

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