GA4 widgets can be filtered by page, allowing you to show specific, granular data to your clients. Use our Basic filter to select from a list of pages, or use the Advanced filter to search for pages containing a specific word or string.
Using the basic pages filter
In edit mode, add a GA4 widget to your dashboard or report, then click on the widget to expand the Edit Widget menu on the right.
Next, click the Data tab of the Edit Widget menu, then scroll until you find the Page filter. By default the basic filter will be in use.
Click the filter to open the dropdown list, then either scroll or use the search field to find the pages you're looking for. Next, click the boxes beside the pages you'd like to include for this widget.
Once selected the widget will update to display data relative to just the selected pages.
Using the advanced pages filter
The advanced page filter is a contains filter; this means it will search for pages containing what you enter into the filter field.
After adding a widget to your dashboard or report, click the Data tab of the Edit Widget menu, then scroll until you find the Page filter. To switch to the Advanced filter, hover over the page filter, then click Switch to Advanced Filter.
Once clicked, the Page filter will switch from a dropdown list to a field you can type in. Click the field, then enter the word or path of your choosing to activate the filter.
In the below example, the widget on the left has updated to display data relevant to pages with a URL containing /mold.
How you enter the word or path will change the data displayed in the widget. In the example below we use only the word mold. This results in a different set of pages returned, as more pages than just the above two contain the word mold when the forward slash is removed.
Find more compatible advanced filters listed here.