Description - I have run into issues with quick segments. When copying a panel or a project, the quick segment copies over and changes on all versions of the copy when I change it. When I submitted an Adobe support ticket, it was explained that "Engineering teams have reviewed our case to find that the reasoning behind the changing segments is that quick segments operate similarly to standard segments in that once they are created they are assigned a specific segment ID. When copied, the copy of the report containing segments also ties to this same segment ID (so it's not a new segment calculated on the fly). As a result, each dashboard references the same overarching segment, so when the definition is changed in one, the change show in the other because ultimately each report is referencing a single segment ID." I believe the most ideal way for this to function should be that when copied, a new copy of the segment is created and referenced in the new report. This would allow the user to build similar reports and panels more quickly and easily without having to rebuild from scratch in order to avoid having linked quick segments.
Why is this feature important to you - This would help me more quickly and easily build out similar reports for different segments
How would you like the feature to work - Ideally, I could copy something with quick segments and would be able to make changes to the quick segment in the copy without affecting the original.
Current Behaviour - Changes in the copy change the original too, so I have to build from scratch.