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Stop Changing Report Suite on Existing Segments, Calc Metrics, Workspaces, etc.

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09-05-2018

I'm getting increasingly frustrated that when I go to edit an existing segment, calculated metric, Workspace, or other element it will often times change the Report Suite to one I was operating in recently. It does not alert you it's happening. It does not take into account the Report Suite in which the element was originally created or saved. This is infuriating because I work with clients with multiple report suites and several times a day, inadvertently one of my elements will get saved to the wrong suite. While I understand in many cases, you can still use them across Report Suites, it means losing track of them when searching and in the case of Workspaces, data is changing without my noticing, resulting in client questions about accuracy of a report.

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