Group by destination link?

  • 26 April 2023
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I have a client who hosts lots of events. For each event, they have a standard “Buy Tickets” button - these buttons all look the same, but have different destinations (not always pages on the site, sometimes they link out to ticket providers like ticketmaster, etc). 

I know I can create a metric to track people who clicked the text “Buy Tickets” but can I then group those by the destination URL for the button/text they’re clicking?

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Hey @rcadden! Thanks so much for reaching out!

We don’t have a 'Next Page' dependent criteria filter, unfortunately, but there may be some creative ways you can achieve this! For example, adding an Element Attribute to the Buy Tickets button to make it unique/make it clear what page the button will lead to could be an option. You could then create a metric for Clicked Text > is > Buy Tickets and then group the metric by CSS selector.

If the URLs differ on the pages the Buy Tickets buttons exist on, you could look at “Clicked text is Buy Tickets” and then group by URL or path to see which event the users are looking at when the button is clicked.

Please let me know if you have any other questions! 😊