I want to use "Behavior Flow" (or "Users Flow" or "Visitors Flow" – I'm not sure how the most recent term is as I'm using german Analytics site) in Google Analytics to find out how many users that started their visit on the root page (
/) click through to the Press page (
/press.html). So I choose dimension "Landing Page" and restrict it to "equals /". Now I have five pages below "1st interaction", but
press.html is none of them as it's hidden within "+100 more pages". I tried to define a segment with users that visited
press.html in their session, but this kind of segment can't be used on Users Flow.
If their would be a way to list more than five individual pages below "1st interaction", "2nd interaction" etc. this would solve my problem. Even better would be to just show a chosen page on a single step ("1st interaction", "2nd interaction" and so on).
This is some kind of ad-hoc analysis with the data that's available in Analytics by default. So defining goals or similar methods that are not available instantaneously doesn't help me in this case. And this case happens rather often as my clients often don't know what they want to know in advance.