You can view a list of your tagged pages, as well as the amount of views and visitors they are receiving, on the Pages tab. The Pages tab is the third tab in the Analytics tab. You can also launch Visual Design Studio from the Pages tab to begin tagging pages.
1. Segment Filter: Filter the data that is displayed on the page - default is everyone. Select either an out-of-the-boxes segment or a Custom Segment.
2. Date Range Filter: The date range will also follow you throughout Pendo. As its name implies, it filters the data by a specific time period. There are predetermined values of today, yesterday, last 7 days, and last 30 days. You’re also able to specify custom date ranges if you desire.
3. Application Filter: Choose to view all your Pages, or choose to view Pages by application. For example, if you wish to only view Pages associated with a ticket-tracking application, you can do so by selecting that application from the dropdown (assuming you've already added the application to Adopt).
4. Page Filter: Sort by either Custom Pages only or All Pages.
What Does “Processing” Mean?
After you tag a new feature or page, or edit the rules for a feature or page, that page will be listed as "Processing" (1).
This means Pendo is going back in time through historical events to classify them based on the newly-defined rule. Depending on the amount of data you have in Pendo, this can range anywhere from 2 minutes to 2 hours to compute. If this exceeds 24 hours please reach out to our Technical Success team.
What Does "Awaiting Install? Mean?
If a page has the "Awaiting Install" label, this means the associated application has not been installed yet. Since the application isn't installed, the page is not tagged. In this scenario, install the application and then revisit the tagged page. If the page no longer has the "Awaiting Install" label underneath, then the page is now tagged.
Understanding The Landing Page
1. Page Name - Displays the name of the tagged page. This can be changed at anytime by double clicking on it.
2. Type - There is only one page type in Adopt, "Custom", which refers to pages you or your team have tagged.
3. Application - The application associated with the page. For example, you may have tagged several pages in your CRM application and given them varying different names. The application column gives you an immediate understanding of the application associated with your tagged pages.
4. Number of Visitors - The amount of visitors who have visited the tagged page. This metric can change based on the filters you've selected.
5. Number of Views - Amount of views the tagged page has received. A page view is calculated when a page's URL is loaded.
6. Average Time on Page - Per user per day number for the time range specified. Time on site calculations are in 1 minute buckets.
7. CSV Download - Receive a csv file containing the information presented in the table.
In the event you do need to remove pages, simply hover over the row of the page you'd like to delete and then click the trash can icon.
Warning: It is recommended to not remove a page that has already been published as your Adopt users may have created guides targeted to those pages or segments using those page analytics. It is better to start small and add more pages as needed.
Rename Custom Page
Edit the the name of a page by hovering over the row of the page and then clicking the pen icon.
Download CSV of Pages
Click on the "Download CSV" button to the right of the "+ Add Custom Pages" button.