Our website has about 50 different lead form pages (Thank You pages) due to the silo-ed nature of the company. In Target, I'm tracking whether users viewed one of these pages as a success metric (goal) for most of my A/B tests. Unfortunately, every time I create a new A/B test, I have to manually copy/paste all 50 url's into a new goal metric. What's worse, I'd also like to track separately whether someone both clicked on something in the A/B test + went on to view one of these thank you pages. So then I have to manually add all 50 url's again to a new Goal Metric, then use the advanced settings to add the additional condition. So that is 100 copy and pastes every time I add a new A/B test, which both takes a ton of time plus opens the test up to a lot of potential human error.
It would be much simpler if I could just save a goal definition to a library somewhere and reuse it. It would even save a ton of time if I could duplicate an existing goal then modify it.