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Here is a workbook that shows the number of days since the last visit for each page of the blog http://vizpainter.com/
(you'll have to supply your own GA credentials and use your site -- but everything should still work). Also remember that the level of granularity can change based on the measure group. Here it is essential to include visits in the connection (even though they aren't included in the view).
Since the latest data available is from yesterday, everything will show as having been visited at least 1 day ago.
The basic approach was:
- A calculation using DATEDIFF
- A table calc filter to hide everything but the last date for each page.
- Reversing the date axis so most recent is left and least recent is right.
Thanks Joshua, this is helpful but am after the last visit of a visitor rather than a page. That can be based on Network, Domain, Geosegmentation and a few other custom events I capture like company name.
If you were to simply replace [Page] with whatever dimension you were looking for (e.g. [Domain]), would that not be what you wanted?