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Dimensions and Metrics pairing

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Description -

How would you like the feature to work -

Whenever users drag a dimension to a blank Freeform table, suggest a set of metrics to be added to the table at the same time.  Or instead of adding 'Occurrences' , add a set of 'most relevant' metrics automatically.  For example, when adding Product dimension, automatically adds Product Views, Order and Revenue.  What are the 'most relevant' metrics can be customized per dimension by the administrator, and the user has the option to turn this feature on/off of course.

 

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I notice many users often not adding the 'most relevant' set of metric to a dimension for their analysis, sometimes even adding a wrong metric to a dimension thinking it will answers their question, which leads to a lot of confusions and sometimes even doubt whether the data or the tool is trustworthy.  

 

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Count me as a vote for this idea.

 

Whenever I train users on the basics, one of the key things I start with is "Never use Occurrences. Adobe put it there by default but 99% of the time it's not what you want".

 

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