For a site with many pages, it's hard to keep track of which pages have been edited recently.
Here are some tools that will help you quickly find where you are editing a page.
The access analysis tool "Anatomy" that "visualizes" Google Analytics has not only information on access analysis such as access indicators and user flow lines, but also screen captures of pages and resource information. Therefore, it is possible to check the page edit part.
I think that there are mainly "design changes" and "word changes" in page editing.
First, look at the circle at the top right of the tile to see the HTML changes, such as the wording.
The inner circle represents the percentage change in HTML, with light green indicating less than 5% change in HTML, yellow indicating 10% change, orange indicating 20% change, and red indicating 30% change.
As you can see at a glance the color of the circle, you can tell whether the HTML has changed or not, so you don't have to worry about missing the page where the page was edited. It is also easy to find out what kind of edits have been made.
- 1.Right-click the tile with the warm inner circle in the upper right corner
2. Click [Show page details]
- 3. Click [Resource]
4. Click the [Comparison Result] icon of the HTML with the change icon
- 5.Comparison result is displayed
In this way, you can immediately see what kind of edits were made between the last time and this time.
"Anatomy" is an access analysis tool, but since such past resources and past screen designs are accumulated, it is also possible to manage the content editing history with "Anatomy". Please try.
If you have any concerns about your Google Analytics settings, such as not being able to measure the pages you care about, there is also a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics.