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max-philipp
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16-01-2013

Hi guys,

 

i would like to suggest a new feature that I would call "Custom Menues - Hidden Classification Reports".

 

I currently have the challange that I cannot simply hide unmaintained classification reports from the menue while keeping the raw ID of the report. I can either hide the report / variable as a whole (then I dont even see the raw IDs) or I can delete all classifications manually. That will bring the need of not only classifiying all IDs the next time we want to use it but we also need to set up the classification plus Saint Bernard from scratch!

 

Can you please have a look into this!

 

Thanks

Max

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It would also be useful to hide the standard report for a variable but to show its classified value.

 

E.g. We collect data like:

paid+search

paid%20search

paid search

 

And we use classification to group these rows together. We would like to hide the standard report with uncleaned values and show only the classified report.

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benjamingaines2
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12-12-2014

Good suggestion, both of you. One (latent) question for @Max-Philipp : You should be able to delete classifications (columns) without needing to re-classify, unless you are deleting a parent classification and want to keep the child classifications. Is that not working correctly?