Expand my Community achievements bar.

Applications for the 2024-2025 Adobe Analytics Champion Program are open!

Copy Drop-Down Segments in Adobe Analytics

Avatar

Community Advisor

5/23/23

Description - I should be able to copy drop-down segments from one visualization to another, or from one panel to another within the same Workspace.

Why is this feature important to you - How many times have you spent building a decent list of items for a drop-down segment, only then to need it again in another section of your report?  This should be a time saving way to very quickly copy my drop-down segment, just like I can copy any other segment to another portion of my report.

How would you like the feature to work - Just like copying any other segment, I should be able to CTRL+right-click and drag my segment to any other area I can drag a drop-down segment

Current Behavior - At present, if I attempt to copy a drop-down segment anywhere in my Workspace, it simply freezes the Workspace, and I will lose any progress I had and I will have to reload the page.

5 Comments

Avatar

Community Advisor

5/23/23

Duplicate of https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-ideas/dropdown-allow-copy-and-paste...

 

 

This feature always existed with the use of CTRL (or CMD? on Apple)... but there is a bug where once your Workspace is complicated, the process fails, and they you get stuck with an infinite loading icon.... 

 

 

We really need to log that lock up as a bug!

Avatar

Community Advisor

5/23/23

I kind of figured as much.  Hope this still raises the awareness.  We need this fixed!  It wastes too much time.

Avatar

Level 4

5/30/23

Another nice to have would be the ability to reorder segments/dropdowns on the top of a panel. They appear in the order in which they were added, and except for Date Range, trying to drag and drop any of them causes the same lockup. Often I realize after adding segments that I should have put them in a logical hierarchy, or I want to have a consistent UI across multiple reports.