Since the February release of Adobe Analytics workspace, line charts have little circles around many data points, even when Show Anomalies has been turned off.
The circles obscure the data, and make it harder for the readers to view the trend.
Is there an option to turn the circles off somehow? If I hover my mouse cursor over the data table, then the circles are hidden, but this is not very user friendly.
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I created a new chart using just Visits and Page Views, and the circles still show up despite Show Anomalies being unchecked.
But I think it is somehow related to the anomalies feature because if I turn them on, then they appear over the same data points shown below.
I had already opened one when we started seeing it. Customer Care seem initially unsure whether this is a feature or a bug. But it is certainly annoying.
ok try this... turn on Limit Max items but in teh following po up go to last possible selection.(click on the bottom most result) what happens then?
Unfortunately that seems to have no effect. Below I have chosen the max items allowed of 19, although because of my date selection of Mar 14-Apr 1, it seems Adobe Analytics has decided Mar 15 and 17 have anomalies for the Visits metric.
I suspect this is a bug, and have opened a ticket with ClientCare.
Let me add that the circles are exactly at the same spot than anomalies when "Show anomalies" option is checked, they just change of size... So the problem is just that we cannot hide the anomalies anymore on line charts!
Below is the reply I received:
The bug raised with the Engineering team has confirmed that the fix of this issue would be released in April. Please let me know if there is anything else I may assist you with and I would be glad to take it forward?