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Two calculated metrics, same name

danielwalo
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Hi there.

We have two report suites, each with the same calculated metric. (Let's use "Avg. Scroll Depth" as an example.)

One suite is for web, another is for a mobile app.

My colleague just noticed that when she searches for metrics in Workspace, both the calculated metric show up with the same name. No way to tell which belongs to the selected report suite.

Has anyone run into this? How can I make a calculated metric show up only for a selected report suite?

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yuhuisg
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Yes, what you're experiencing is certainly the case. You'll need to rename one of them to prevent such "duplication".

For what it's worth, you can also create a brand new Calculated Metric using an Adobe Analytics built-in name, e.g. Page Views. Your colleagues will "love" you for that. 🤣

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ishans52004352
Employee
Employee

Which tool are you referring to? If you are referring to the Calculated Metrics Manager in the Analytics UI, you can filter the specific report suite from the left navigation menu. For Workspace, you can try curating components to a project - https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/analyze/analysis-workspace/curate-share/curate.htm...

Thank you!

yuhuisg
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Yes, what you're experiencing is certainly the case. You'll need to rename one of them to prevent such "duplication".

For what it's worth, you can also create a brand new Calculated Metric using an Adobe Analytics built-in name, e.g. Page Views. Your colleagues will "love" you for that. 🤣

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danielwalo
Level 2
Level 2
Who's got two thumbs and already made the Page Views calculated metric? This guy...