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How to get the number of visits by page, for all pages from a website? (I use Google Analytics, and know how to create a report for that, but I only have the 10 first pages).

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May you share the template of the custom report you create? –  Marian Feb 10 at 10:30
    
It's pageviews per page. Go in dashboard, add widget, click on standard's table, page as dimension and visits and a metric. Simple. But the aim is to have ALL pages' number of visitors, not just the top 10. –  Cedric Feb 10 at 10:33
    
Just change the dropdown to show more than 10 results... ? –  zigojacko Feb 10 at 10:41
    
For such a need you may use standard report from Behavior -> Site content -> All pages/Landing Pages. –  Marian Feb 10 at 10:44
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Widgets on the dashboard are designed to be small overviews of reports. They include the link to the full report which can show more than 10. –  zigojacko Feb 10 at 10:56
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I personally try to avoid the GA GUI for reporting whenever possible. Whatever data you are looking for can easily be gained using the API. the tool below is a fantastic intro to the API.

http://ga-dev-tools.appspot.com/explorer/

For the data that you want, just enter the following into the tool:

  • dimensions: ga:pagePath
  • metrics: ga:visits (ga:visitors if you want unique visitors)
  • max-results: 1000 (in case the 50 by default isnt enough)

Getting used to the API will help you get way more from your data IMO.

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