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Include Filter Option on Metrics/Events in Workspace


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I would like to see the option of applying a metric or event-level filter. For example, if I'm viewing a product report for all of my sites products and looking at the number of product views and the number of units purchased, and I ONLY want to see products that had more than 15 product views during any given time frame, I can not do this today.



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Hi Dakota, this is already offered via segmentation.

Create a visitor container where 'product views' are greater than or equal to 15 - you can apply this segment to an existing metric, or as its own dimension. You could also use custom time frames to determine what period they had at least 15 product views.




Gigazelle offers a great solution if you would like to see products where each visitor saw at least 15 products.  You are correct in that we do not currently offer a way to filter out products where the aggregated metric total is greater than or equal to 15.  The good news is that we are working on it


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@Brandon_George_   This issue of not being able to filter a metric for greater than X has been a thorn in my side for over a year now. In my case for on-site search results. The "work around" doesn't work without leaving thousands of rows with zero results instead of just all the results with 25 or more like I need. I can't send an automated report like that to an owner of a huge retail company that spans the US and tell them, "by the way, when get this report, delete all these zero rows or just try to ignore them."  I am writing you specifically because you stated in Jan of 2018, which is now over 4 years ago, that Adobe was working on it.  Can you give me an update on that please?