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_jeffleong
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09-11-2011

For validation purposes - checking whether my event, eVars and props are pulling through correctly to the report suite i spend alot of time scrolling through the side menus. i.e. Having to go: Site Metrics -> Custom Events - > Custome Events 1-20 -> My Custom Event 1...check its populating then all over again Site Metrics -> Custom Events - > Custome Events 1-20 -> My Custom Event 2.

 

If there was simply a little "Next Report" arrow which took me from the custom event 1 to custom event 2 reports it would save me lots of time and effort.

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10-11-2011

just create an excel sheet with Excel Client or Report Builder to pull all reports into one sheet/workbook?

Make 1 sheet with settings to specify report suite and date ranges and you can just refresh that excel workbook for all upcoming suites.