• Dylan

    27 June 2023 at 4:42 pm

    This seems to be a known issue with Google Analytics 4 (GA4) where the ‘Landing Page’ dimension only returns the request URI part of the URL, not the domain. Unfortunately, as of now, GA4 does not provide an out-of-the-box way to display full landing page URLs including the domain and subdomain.

    However, you can try a workaround by sending the full URL as a custom event parameter. You’d have to modify your tracking code to capture the full URL (window.location.href in JavaScript) and then send it along with your page_view events. When setting up your reports, instead of using the “Landing Page” dimension, you can use this custom parameter.

    You may also reach out to Google support or their product forum for an update or an alternative solution to this issue. Keep an eye out on GA4 updates as they are in the process of improving the tool and might include a proper solution in coming updates. Your patience would be needed as this isn’t a straight forward fix and might take some time to implement.