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Report Builder: Query more than one RSID

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02-09-2014

The ability to generate one report consisting of data from multiple RSIDs. Currently you can only query a single RSID in a data block.

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06-10-2014

Hello,

 

This is an intriguing idea, I have a few follow up questions about it.

 

Could you provide some example of datablocks that you would create if you were able to specify two report suites within a datablock?

 

Do you need this feature from a productivity perspective only (it is faster to create one datablock than two separate datablocks)? Or will it unlock specific functionality that is not currently available?

 

Thank you,

 

Guillaume Escarguel

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06-10-2014

Thanks Guillaume. 

 

The use case I had in mind was in answering questions about traffic across many different report suites (aka at the enterprise level). Seeing that all in one Excel Worksheet, with the RSID as a Field would be really valuable from both a productivityand functionality perspective. Otherwise I'm creating 50+ data blocks everytime I want to ask an enterprise question. Hope that helps.

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06-10-2014

FYI, we do have a global RSID which we use on all pages of every site however it's more powerful to select which combinations of RSIDs I want to combine in a pull rather than to have to create filters.

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07-10-2014

I see, 

 

So really, it would make sense to expose for site metrics reports only and be able to output the report suite as one of the dimensions:

 

Dimension              Visits    Page Views

Report Suite A          34             234

Report Suite B          23             225

Report Suite C         11             123

 

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Thank you,

 

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This is exactly what I was looking for, yes.