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I'm setting up an Analytics report and want the data from two pages combined. I don't want the data from any of the subpages or parent pages included.

Say that the pages are Trier Blog and Wilkommenskultur

I can get the data for each page separately using the Page filter and Exact. If I try to combine the pages using an additional Page filter and Exact followed by the subdomain, the report stops returning any data.

If I switch to Regex and do the following, will I get back just the data for the two pages, or will it also return data for other pages sharing the blog-der-studienbruecke sub-domain?

/international/international-in-trier/fit-fuers-studium/studienbruecke/blog-der-studienbruecke|/international/international-in-trier/fit-fuers-studium/studienbruecke/blog-der-studienbruecke/hani-abo-kheir

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  • I see a possible error in the regex: .../blog-der-studienbruecke|international/international-in-trier/fit-fuers-studium/... Shouldn't it be .../blog-der-studienbruecke|/international/international-in-trier/fit-fuers-studium/... (Missing forward slash after pipe)
    – jen
    Feb 2, 2023 at 17:44
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    Thanks, jen. I'm pretty sure I remembered the forward slash with the real subdomain, but it's always good to check. I've put the forward slash into my original post. Feb 3, 2023 at 9:28
  • Universal analytics is going away in a couple months. Shouldn't you be working in GA4 at this point? Feb 3, 2023 at 10:22
  • Yes, we should be. (However, we're not.) Feb 3, 2023 at 11:56

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