Pages Analytics

The pages viewer allows you to manage existing goals on a page or add new goals from one interface. The viewer loads a current, live version of your website into the Concurra interface allowing you to set any visible element on the page as a goal or view any current goals on the page.

To access the pages viewer for a particular page, launch the website you are currently working in from the "All Websites" view, expand "Pages" in the left hand menu, click "All Pages", select the page you would like to view, and select the "Viewer" tab. While viewing a page, you will not be able to click on any links, but you will be able to interact with your website on a basic level.

Adding a New Goal and Target

To add a new goal and target to a page, right click on the element that you want to track and select "Set Goal" from the context menu. The "Add Goal Target" modal will pop up. Ensure that "New Goal" is selected in the toggle and add the name of your goal, the scope (in this case, since you're adding it directly to a page instead of an experiment, the only option will be "Site Wide"), and a description that fits your goal.

Target Details
Goals are made up of multiple targets, so you will need to name the actual target as well. The target path is the CSS selector path of the actual DOM node that you've selected which you can alter using standard CSS selectors. The target URI is the URL that the target appears on. For advanced users, you are able to use regular expressions to define multiple URIs that this target appears on.

Click "Save Changes" in the upper right hand corner to publish your changes.

Adding a Target to an Existing Goal

To add a new target to an existing goal, right click on the element that you want to track and select "Set Goal" from the context menu. The "Add Goal Target" modal will pop up. Select the "Existing Goal" toggle and select a goal from the goal dropdown that you would like to add your new target to.

Enter the name of your new target. The target path is the CSS selector path of the actual DOM node that you've selected which you can alter using standard CSS selectors. The target URI is the URL that the target appears on. For advanced users, you are able to use regular expressions to define multiple URIs that this target appears on.

Click "Save Changes" in the upper right hand corner to publish your changes.

Editing an Existing Target on the Page

To edit an existing target already on the page, right click on an existing target and select "Edit Goal" from the context menu. The target The target path is the CSS selector path of the actual DOM node that you've selected which you can alter using standard CSS selectors. The target URI is the URL that the target appears on. For advanced users, you are able to use regular expressions to define multiple URIs that this target appears on.

Click "Save Changes" in the upper right hand corner to publish your changes.