Page Analysis allows you to track each link on a selected page. You’ll be able to view which links perform the best by adjusting the sensitivity slider at the top. Moving it all the way to the blue will show you everything that was clicked and moving it all the way to the red will only show you the most clicked elements.
By clicking the eye icon in the top right corner, you will see that you can choose to display Interactive elements, Non-interactive elements, or both. Interactive elements are items that visitors can interact with. For example, elements that allow visitors to type their e-mail addresses or links to other pages can be considered interactive elements. Non- interactive elements, on the other hand, are elements without hyperlinks or elements that don’t cause any action.
As you can see above, there is a table named “Details” on the right side of the Page Analysis section. The Details table organizes which elements on the page have been clicked by visitors. The table is composed of 6 Rows: Clicks, Page Views, Visits, Unique Visitors, Avg. Visit Duration and % of New Visits.