Viewing Pages Where a Feature Was Used

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    Howard Lio

    Hi Tobin Juday,

    Thanks for sharing your question in the Discussion Community. Unfortunately we cannot show a breakdown of each URL where each click is happening. You would have to tag each feature separately to identify the place where the click is happening. 

    i.e.(File Upload Button is present on pages [x] and [y], so you will need a separate tag for File Upload Button - [x] and File Upload Button - [y])

     
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    Howard Lio

    Hi Tobin Juday,

    Doing some more digging, you can do the following:

    Yep, you can use JS (the advanced tab in event properties) to pull this in: 

    This will fire as a property of the feature whenever it’s clicked. So if you’re on page X when you click the feature, this property will show X. If you navigate to page Y, it will show page Y. It may require some more clicking but this is another way to highlight the page URL in the properties. 

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    Tobin Juday

    Ok… so this way, I wouldn’t have access to the historical data, but I could start capturing it moving forward. This is helpful, thank you Howard. I would still vote for a feature where this data is available in the UI somewhere for all events. You’re already storing it, since you match features to pages already, just make it accessible somewhere (yes yes, I know, easier said than done). 

     

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    Howard Lio

    Thanks Tobin and yes understood that this is good feedback for our product team to include when highlighting features. If you do submit a feature request, share in the thread and we'll have others upvote and subscribe!

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    Tobin Juday

    I’d be happy to submit a feature request, but I’m not sure where to do that. Any tips?

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    Howard Lio

    Yup you can login with your Pendo account to Pendo Feedback here: https://pendo-feedback.pendo.io/

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    Angela Holly

    Tobin Juday, you could also try using a 2 step path to discover what page the feature clicks are coming from. Just follow these steps in Pendo:

    1) Behavior > Paths
    2) Select the option "Leading To" and select the feature you're curious about
    3) Choose your date range, segment, and then click on Advanced Options
    4) From the dropdown, choose 'Show Pages Only'
    5) The box "Collapse Repeating Steps" should already be selected. Leave it like that. 
    6) Set Maximum Path Length to 2
    7) Click Run

    Then review your path results, and you'll be able to see what page(s) the visitors were on when they clicked on the feature. 

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