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What is the purpose of Path Reports column in Traffic Variables?

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I am trying to create props in Adobe Analytics and I am seeing this column called Path Reports in the table 

What is the purpose of keeping the Path Reports enabled for a prop? 

 

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Nothing now.. I expect that column to disappear soon

 

Up until recently, when the old Reports Interface was still active, this column would enable the prop to appear in the "Paths" menu.  

 

See this post: https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-questions/what-are-the-steps-to-ena...

 

The flow diagram in Workspace allows you to use any dimension or metric in the flow (yes, you can replace a step in the flow with a metric, you just can't build from a metric since that wouldn't be much of a flow...). However, in the old interface, you had to choose in advance which dimension would have flow enabled  from the start, and there was no ability to mix dimensions.

 

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Nothing now.. I expect that column to disappear soon

 

Up until recently, when the old Reports Interface was still active, this column would enable the prop to appear in the "Paths" menu.  

 

See this post: https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-analytics-questions/what-are-the-steps-to-ena...

 

The flow diagram in Workspace allows you to use any dimension or metric in the flow (yes, you can replace a step in the flow with a metric, you just can't build from a metric since that wouldn't be much of a flow...). However, in the old interface, you had to choose in advance which dimension would have flow enabled  from the start, and there was no ability to mix dimensions.

 

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It was in the old days where no Analytics Workspace and no Flow visualization, we needed to enable this option for path and fallout reports on traffic variables (prop only and no path report for eVar) in Adobe Analytics.

However, with all the new features being implemented, we can use fallout visualization to report on eVar without any pre-configuration.