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How can I successfully create a segment where I can get only SKUs which has more than 10 units ordered in a visit?

ltaparia
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Hi Everyone,

 

I am trying to get all SKUs which has more than 10 units sold in a visit. Here is report with segment definition which is giving wrong output:

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I understand the fact that product variable could have multiple SKUs with varying quantity in an order hit and only all hits which qualifies my condition of the segment ( that is unit > 10) qualifies for this segment.

 

This brings other SKU’s which have units lesser than 10. How can I successfully create a segment where I can get only SKUs which has more than 10 units ordered in a visit? @Urs_Boller Could you please help?

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BrianTophamAdobe
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Employee
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Since the product string is a "List Variable" (a variable that can hold more than one value at a time), such a segment will return the full product string for any production string that had at least one product with more than 10 units. So, there is not a way to create such a segment and ONLY get units over 10 back, unless the product string ONLY contained that single product with more than 10 units, and had no other product passed.

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ltaparia
Level 2
Level 2
@Asheesh_Pandey Thanks for the response. but distinct count only works for dimension. Isn't it? How can I use it for "Units" Metric?
Urs_Boller
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

I don't think there is a way in analytics to get the sum of the metrics within segments. The missing part is the ability to use "calculated metrics" within a segment which would allow to do the math.
meanwhile (if it is important), you could change the tracking implementation and add a counter "client side"...

BrianTophamAdobe
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Since the product string is a "List Variable" (a variable that can hold more than one value at a time), such a segment will return the full product string for any production string that had at least one product with more than 10 units. So, there is not a way to create such a segment and ONLY get units over 10 back, unless the product string ONLY contained that single product with more than 10 units, and had no other product passed.

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