Users often like to view the next pages visitors take per campaign variable value. Pathing can only be viewed for a single variable. Therefore, the best way to view this report is to pass these values into a single prop variable. For example, implement this code in the doPlugins function:

s.usePlugins=true;
function s_doPlugins(s) 
{
    s.campaign = s.getQueryParam('cid');
    s.campaign ? propXX = s.campaign : propXX = s.pageName;
}
s.doPlugins=s_doPlugins;

The above code passes the query string parameter "cid" into s.campaign. It then uses a ternary operation to pass either s.campaign or s.pageName into a prop. When using this code, replace "cid" with your correct query string parameter and propXX with the traffic variable you intend to send data to.

Once this code (or similar logic) has been implemented, have one of your organization's supported users contact ClientCare requesting this specific prop have pathing enabled. Given this setting is allotted in your organization's contract, it grants access to all pathing reports. 

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