Aggregating response data for multiple links

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We often include multiple links to the same webpage in the same campaign. For example, we might link both a bit of text as well as a photo—so an email with 8 links might only actually link to 4 webpages.

In the response, there's a breakdown for each individual link. But what we're really interested in is not which particular link people clicked but rather the overall breakdown for each piece of linked content.

We spend a lot more time than seems necessary tallying up all those links and recalculating percentages. Are we overlooking an easy way to do this? If not, would you consider adding that feature?
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Hey there! I want to make sure I’m understanding your question: If you have Image A and Text A linked to company.com, and Image B and Text B linked to example.com, you want to know how company.com performed overall, not whether a mailing recipient clicked Image A or Text A to get there; is that right?
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Hi! I want to check in again to see if you might clarify your goal a bit for me. Let me know!
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