Want to refer to the HTML and JS files used on the site in the past, but are you not sure where the original data is?
Here, we will introduce a tool that allows you to check past pages.
With the access analysis tool `` Anatomy '' that `` visualizes '' Google Analytics, not only information on analysis such as access indicators and user flow lines, but also page access when actually acquiring data, screen capture of page Also, it has information such as measured response time.
In addition, resources such as HTML files are also stored in Anatomy, so you can check past pages in Anatomy. The confirmation method is easy.
- 1. Select a past date and click [Apply]
- 2. Search the past page you want to see with [reference file URL search] as example.js etc.
- 3. Right-click the tile of the page and click [Check page details].
- 4. Click [Resource] on the left menu
5. Click the [eye mark] of the target resource
Then you can check the contents of the resources used in the past.
I think that page editing is good as part of access analysis, but if there is a design in the past, the user flow line was working well, so I want to return to that design, in such a case, use "Anatomy" to look back on the past page I hope you can.
If you have any concerns about Google Analytics settings, such as not being able to measure the pages you care about, a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics is also included.