Quick question for any Advanced Filter gurus out there...
I have a site whereby page addresses conform to the following general appearance:-http://www.randomsite.com/home/
The standard format of all pages is to have the trailing forward slash at the end. This is fine.
However, if links are shared which omit the trailing forward slash, they still execute as a page, and Google Analytics then reports two variants of the same page:http://www.randomsite.com/home/http://www.randomsite.com/home
i.e. one with the trailing slash, and one without. This is not helpful.
Our web developers have provided a quote to put something in place in the CRM that will add a trailing slash to all page requests, respecting any query parameters that might also be part of the Request URI.
My gut feeling is that I might also be able to get round this by way of Advanced Filters. Would anyone have any suggestions?