It would be great to be able to look at all the activities updated by a specific user.
So you want to be able to sort by user in the Last Updated column correct?
Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Consultant | Customer Experience | Adobe | (:: 1 (800) 497-0335
Yes. I work with developers who are not Target developers, but are talented and in the process of learning the tool. I would love to be able to find everything a developer touched if I see an issue with something else they worked on or just want to check in oh how they are picking it up.
I can see how this would be very useful for big teams where you might have many people in the tool with varying degrees of knowledge using it.
Also, why can’t I filter by test id? I use test id with the data scientist I work with who pulls the data out into a Hadoop environment for analysis. It would be nice to type in that id and have that test come up in a search.
We run a lot of tests in a short window because our traffic is so seasonal.