Our goals feature is really helpful for organizing and understanding your data. With it, you can set up filters for your data and view the results in these cool goal cards. The cards make it easy to see how you’re doing at a glance.
In the video below we give you a quick overview of the goals feature.
It’s a good but simple introduction, but if you want to make the most of your goals, be sure to check out the rest of this article. We’ve included some helpful tips and information on how to use the feature to its full potential.
In our next video, we’ll show you how to set up a new goal with a filter that targets page views from the home page. We’ll also demonstrate how to add an additional step to the goal by filtering page views from the pricing page. This will give you a more comprehensive view of how your pircing page is performing.
Go to your dashboard and start playing with goals.
|Date & time
|The date of the data point
|The path of the data point
|Is this page view unique
|UTM source (specify via
utm_source in your URL)
|UTM medium (specify via
utm_medium in your URL)
|UTM campaign (specify via
utm_campaign in your URL)
|UTM content (specify via
utm_content in your URL)
|UTM term (specify via
utm_term in your URL)
|How far did a visitor scroll on the page (in steps of 5%)
|How many seconds did a visitor stay on this page (we stop the counter when a page is hidden)
|Screen width in pixels
|Screen height in pixels
|2 letter country code
|Browser version (do note this is a string)
|OS version (do note this is a string)
|Either desktop, mobile, tablet, or tv
|The region part of navigator.language
|The language part of navigator.language
|The hostname of the referring page/website
|The path of the referring page/website