This analysis shows the most frequently used preceding pages of preceding pages of an arbitrary page.
Assume the following Pages Path is accessed: "Page A > Page B > Page C".
Then "Page A" is the second preceding page, and "Page B" is the preceding page of "Page C".
Often "Preceding Pages" and "Pages" are added as dimension to obtain a more meaningful analysis. Alternatively, it can be filtered on a specific page and its preceding page.
Detailed information can be found in the training chapter Analyses 4 – Analysis of Navigation Paths.
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