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Page Groups

Creating a Page Group in RUM allows you to filter through data to see how a section of your website is performing.

Create A Page Group

To create a group, navigate to the RUM tab and then click Create Page Group.

Create page group

Then name your group and select the page match type.

URL Wildcard

When adding a path, you can use an asterisk as a wildcard to match any character other than /.

In the example below /docs/* matches /docs/article but not /docs/feature/article.

One asterisk path

Adding two asterisks will match both /docs/article and /docs/feature/article.

Two asterisk path

Once you've added all of the paths that you want to include in your group, click Save.

If you want to check if a specific URL has been included in a group, you can click the Test Page Group Rules then add your path or URL. If it's included in a group then the result will appear to the right.

Test page group rules

CSS Selector

You can also create a page group based on a CSS selector. Here we have selected all pages that contain an element with a CSS ID of product.

CSS Selector

Once you've added the CSS selector that you would like to use, click Save.

View Results

Once your page group has been created it is available as a filter when looking at RUM data.

Navigate to the data that you want to view from the sidebar, in this example we have chosen experiences. Then toggle the filter option on.

Filter results

Select Page Group as your property.

Select page group property

Then select your desired page group from the drop down and click Apply Filter.

Apply filter

A page group chart can also be found in metrics tabs such as LCP. Click the bar of the group that you want to view to apply the filter.

Page group chart