List page groups

mPulse applies page groups to your data in a top-to-bottom order. The first page group definition that matches is the page group that mPulse uses for a given page or view. List your important page groups first, and your general page groups last.

If you’re using a JavaScript Variable definition to name some of your page groups, then those page groups should follow the other page group definitions. JavaScript Variable definitions don’t fail so if you list those page groups first, the other page groups will never get applied.

In this example, both the JavaScript Variable definition and the URL Regular Expression definition match the test URL. The JavaScript Variable definition is listed before the URL Regular Expression definition, which means that mPulse applies the JavaScript Variable definition to your data first, places any matching pages in to the page group named value of variable:LOGIN.pg, and ignores the URL Regular Expression definition.
Just like the first example, both the JavaScript Variable definition and the URL Regular Expression definition match the test URL. The difference in this example is the URL Regular Expression definition is listed before the JavaScript Variable definition, which means that mPulse applies the URL Regular Expression definition to the data first, places any matching pages in to the page group named shop, and ignores the JavaScript Variable definition.