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How to get Google Analytics unique page views report?

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I currently run a report that is Behavior > Bevahior Flow > Site Content > All Pages.  This lets me see the most popular landing pages. How do I further reduce this to unique page views?
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There is a drop-down on that page. Select "unique pageviews" from where it says "page views vs select a metric".

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Does this help?
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
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Behavior > Site Content > All Pages

This gives you Page Views and Unique Page views

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