If the URLs of some pages are different but their contents are the same, you can use the URL unification function to remove subdomains, anchor links, and trailing slashes.
This will allow you to check the information of the same page in a unified manner. These functions directly affect the measurement of the data, so they are effective only after the data has been configured.
The default setting is off. For example, if you have two pages with different URLs but the same content, such as www.mysite.com and mysite.com, by turning on this feature, the data of the two pages will be merged as mysite.com.
The default setting is on. it excludes the # and the part after it in the URL. For the special page structure of a single page, it is recommended to turn it off.
The default setting is off. If www.site.com and www.site.com/index.html are the same page, and you want to merge the data of the two URLs, please use this function. When measuring, they will be merged as www.site.com.
The default setting is off. When this feature is turned on, the slash at the end of the URL is removed and the data is aggregated. For example, www.mysite.com/ will have the slash removed and become www.mysite.com. Note that this only works on the slash of the original URL, so if you use www.mystie.com/?utm_source=google, the slash will not be removed. (When viewing the data after removing the parameter, the slash will be displayed as a result, since the parameter removal is a post-processing step.
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