Fix Year Crossover Issue in Discover!

adamgreco0

13-04-2010

Ever since its inception, it has not been possible to run a Discover report that crosses over from say November to June of the next year.  Over the years, they have made it so you can see a few months of data (say from Nov until Feb of the next year), but we need the ability to pull any date range in Discover.  Thanks!

8 Comments (8 New)
8 Comments

abakonyi

13-04-2010

Here here!  I spend an extra hour working today just because of this limitation

shelby1

13-04-2010

Yes! Please fix the year crossover issue. If a fiscal year crosses the calendar year - what a pain to run YTD reports in Discover!

ron_fuller

14-04-2010

Running 4th quarter reports where our quarter is 11/1 - 1/31 takes twice as long as it should. For the price of discover, there should be no limit imposed on year crossover. This should be fixed.

xptr99210

16-04-2010

This is possible in SiteCatalyst so why not Discover?

Hometown

22-04-2010

I've never been able to even make the short view (e.g. Nov-Feb) work.  I still get cut off at the Dec 31 date!

 

In my experience the hardcore, full-time analyst will use Discover as the chief workhorse.  Actionable intelligence comes from the multi-dimensional analysis that Discover provides, and not the flat, snapshot reporting that SiteCatalyst provides.  Therefore, the kind of enhancement we're asking for is both obvious and crucial.

timlott

05-05-2010

This feature is being considered for an upcoming release of Discover. How important is it that Discover also support SiteCatalyst's custom calendar configurations as part of year crossover ability?

adamgreco0

05-05-2010

My vote would be to not hold up this feature initially for the custom calendar since my hunch is that only a small % of people use that (maybe you can check internally how many Discover customers use that, but I thin it will be small)...

timlott

26-04-2012

Done!