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Correlate props and evars

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08-08-2013

I need to be able to correlate pros and evars - I understand that all props are now correlated automatically with all other props and evars are now correlated automatically with all other evars, but sometimes it would be helpful to breakdown evars by props and vice-versa without having to go in and change my implementation (or set up a million segments).

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19-08-2013

Great suggestion. I am sure this has been submitted a few different times here on the Idea Exchange.

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07-09-2013

Would this means potentially, we'll get getting rid of pros/eVars? No longer I have to thin about which types of variables to use or would I need to copy props to eVars.  1 type of variable, and just select different feautures you want to have for that variable in admin.

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09-09-2013

Yes, that'd be great - no differentiation.  Just all classified as 'variables' and you can correlate all to each other and don't have to classify them differently.  It's very confusing.

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@CiscoWebex and @megpeg11: I don't think there is any doubt that the ideal solution would eliminate the difference between props and eVars entirely and just have "dimensions" or "variables." I know I'd love to get to that point. In the shorter term, we are definitely discussing how to allow you to break down props by eVars and vice versa in the web UI. Thanks for the request and keep the ideas/votes coming!