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Goals and Events are interactions or conversion points that you tell Google Analytics to record. Although each can act as a conversion point, it may get confusing when to use one or the other. We will explain the difference between Goals and Events as well as when to use one or the other and how to use them together.
In Google Analytics, the Content Drilldown report rolls all of your pages up into the sub-directory which they belong and provides statistics on those specific sub-directories.
Data Studio from Google is an awesome data visualization tool. With its ever growing list of features there may be a few that have flown under your radar. One of those features is creating your own formulas which is what I am going to expand on.