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Ability to "Hide" a Classified Variable and Only See the Classification

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11-02-2010

There are many cases where you might want to show a classified version of a report, but not show the source report of the same variable.  In an ideal world, it would be possible to do the following:

  1. See SAINT Classifications in the Menu Customizer as they appear in the regular SiteCatalyst menus and have the ability to hide/move any of them or the source of the Classification.  Currently, most Classification data appears in a 3rd level fly-out from the menus and it would be great if I could move these reports anywhere I’d like as I can with non-classification reports.
  2. In cases where the source of the Classification is hidden, still allow users to breakdown Traffic and Conversion reports by the classified versions of the source variable
  3. If a Custom Report is created using a variable that has Classifications, allow users to have breakdowns of that report in the same way they would if they were looking at the regular version of that report (i.e. don’t punish users for using the Custom Report functionality!)
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17-11-2011

Excellent idea. This would go a long way to help cleaning up the menu structure, especially for certain user groups. 

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This is a must!

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28-11-2013

#1 is particularly useful for me. We have 21 classifications against our product variable (all used / useful) and I could easily add more. Being able to create a sub-menu and put some of these classifications inside would be extremely useful.

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Archiving due to age. If this is still something that is desired while using the latest version of Analytics/Analysis Workspace, I'd highly recommend creating a new idea and linking this idea there. Thanks!