I haven't used in Google Analytics in a long time. I want to know in real time which URLs are being visited, but the closest widget I can find is "Page Title and Screen Name" as shown in this screenshot:

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But because very single page has the same Page Title (the developer made this site with Next.JS and never took the time to create a custom page title on each page), all views are lumped into the Page Title called "Home" (redacted in red). Where in GA4 can I see in real time which urls are being visited?


The developer is using import { GoogleTagManager } from '@next/third-parties/google'. SO he just puts <GoogleTagManager gtmId="G-0000000"/> on the layout.txs file. He didn't do any other configuration

Also in the Event count by Event Name, if I click on page_view, all I see is this:

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There would be a variable that is passed by default called page location. This is the URL that a person was on.

  1. In your screenshot, locate the Event Count By Event Name:

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  1. Click on page_view to see this:

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  1. Click on pagination at bottom right corner until you see this:

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  1. Click on page_location to see each url:

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  1. You can hover over each line to see full url, but for confidentiality reasons, I will not show a screenshot of this final step.
  • Thanks! Where in the GA4 web interface do I go to see data for page location? Commented Dec 28, 2023 at 14:27
  • If your looking at real time, you'll need to click down from the events card to the page_view event. From there, there should be a parameter of page_location. If you want non-realtime, you can go to explorer and add it as a dimension. I will say this though, with a JS app, if your property isn't setup to handle the routing fragments, the page_location parameter won't capture anything after the #. You have to manually push the full URL to that out of the box parameter. Commented Dec 28, 2023 at 14:35
  • I just clicked on the events card and page_view but it gives me variable names I don't recognize. I updated my question to show what I see after clicking page_view Commented Dec 28, 2023 at 14:49
  • Click the pagination arrow to see the last 4 variables that are being passed... Commented Dec 28, 2023 at 16:48
  • Thank you, that worked. I just added screenshots to your answer to make it clear how to locate this data. Commented Dec 28, 2023 at 17:47

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