Description - Provide option for creating segments/calculated metrics at
project-level when creating them inside a project Why is this feature
important to you - Having a lot of segments/calculated metrics at a
user-level can make it difficult to manage them. Worse, when the user
leaves the organisa...
Currently segments and calculated metrics can only be edited by Admins
or the segment/calculated metric owner. Would like to have the ability
to provide edit access to a non-Admin (similar to the "project roles" in
Analysis Workspace) to allow for collaborative editing.
Currently, the same drop list of tags appear when adding Segments and
Calculated Metrics. Once you create a tag, it will always appear within
the drop down list of available tags to choose from. I would like the
ability to edit/delete tags from appearing in the drop down list of
available options. T...
Hi all, Unless I'm not doing it correctly, I don't see a way to be able
to filter your data by event / calculated metric values. I'm having a
problem that I'm having to take outside of adobe right now but I feel
could work in workspace if this was possible. Example: I have a list
terms that I want t...
I decided to contribute a write up for creating aggregated metrics,
given a couple of issues I found with common use cases: Comparing
metrics over time in Analysis Workspace provides a visualization of
non-aggregated trend lines.Using the Summary Change visualization will
provide a calculation of de...
Creating calculated metrics on the fly in workspace (right click >
create metric from selection) is a really handy shortcut. However, 99%
of the time I do it, I am calculating a rate or percentage. The default
for this method is whole numbers only. Thus, 99% of the time I have to
reopen the metric a...
One of the greatest things about Adobe Analytics the ability to share
data/insight etc. However, when it comes to managing the sharing of
segments/calculated metrics this is difficult as there is no way to
filter based on who the segment/calculated metric is shared with. Given
the emphasis on sharin...