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What is a Goal?

Goal in brief A configured Goal groups all data relevant to your conversion. The Goals purpose is to pre-filter the data by your analytical goals. You can use one of the predefined Goals or create your own, custom path. The Goal contains data showing only users’ journeys that completed the conversion. Number of Goals for... Read more

Goal events

👉 Traffic tracking Traffic tracking events help you use visitor activity related to web pages or navigation. They include events like page loading or tracking navigation origin (referrer). Page load Use page loads to track when someone loads a page – visits a specific URL. Several page loads can be used for complex conversion tracking... Read more

Predefined Goals

CUX lets you either create your own custom Goal or use one of the predefined examples. Remember that the number of Goals for one project is unlimited, and they do not have to be related to each other. By using the predefined Goals, you’ll only get directions on how to guide your path. Following the... Read more

Building your custom Goals

If you’re looking for a more general description of what is CUX Goal, see What is a Goal? To create a Goal in CUX: Go to the Goals page. Click Add New Goal. This starts the Goal creation process. Begin with a name (and description). Enter a meaningful name so that you can later find... Read more

Extracting XPath for Goal events

To discover the page element XPath, you need to tell CUX which HTML element you have in mind. We’ll need the element class or ID that’s part of HTML attributes. Navigate to the page on your site. Find the element you want to track in your Goal. Right-click the element. Use the “Inspect” or “Inspect... Read more

Extracting classes for Goal events

So far, as you know, we used XPath to track events like clicks on the website (see: Extracting XPath for Goal events). To discover the page element XPath, you needed to tell CUX which HTML element you have in mind. Now, instead of the ID that’s part of the HTML attributes you want to track,... Read more