Need url referral on pageViews, and requests. How to keep track where the visitor come from?
Miha Valencic commented
HTTP Referrer header should be logged by default in Application Insights. It is a shame that after all this time, we need to manually add it to metrics.
Also, processing of this field should be in the Azure portal, so that users of the portal can gain insights into where the traffic is coming from (google, bing, direct, etc.).
Sergey Kanzhelev commented
See discussion here: https://github.com/Microsoft/ApplicationInsights-aspnetcore/issues/516 Link to implementation: https://www.meziantou.net/2017/08/07/application-insights-track-http-referer
Erik Sargent commented
I'm not sure if this is where I would go for behavior analytics, but when I'm trying to diagnose an error it would certainly help to understand what page the user just came from.
+ how long time was spent on page. Would allow for user behavior analytics
Agreed, the URL referrer should be logged to.