I need to compare date ranges in Discover the same way I an in Site
Catalyst. I think this was available in Discover until recently. Anyway,
I need a way to calculate the difference between time periods (and sort
by the Change column) as illustrated below.
You can do that through the Admin Interface. Go to Admin > Report
Suites. Then select the report suite(s) where you want to hide those
events. Then go to General > Edit Settings > Customize Menu. Screenshot
below shows you the rest from there.
The vendor you use to classify IP addresses and designate visitor
location changed the name of some of the cities. For instance, what was
"London (England, United Kingdom)" is now "London (London, United
Kingdom)". The change was made October 26, 2012. So any segment that was
build prior to that will not work. And trending or Year Over Year
comparisons are invalid, due to the name change. Also, the new names
make less sense than the old names. Every little snafu like this causes
stakeholders to ...
Our Browser report shows "None" as one of the top browser in many of our
report suites. When I break that "None" down by user agent string, I see
that almost all of them are mobile browsers. Please update the list of
user agent strings used in the Browser report to include mobile
Processing rules can be a life saver. As this is a new feature, there
are many enhancements that can be made and would probably be difficult
to think up without a beta program. Any chance you could start a beta
around processing rules? Some features I'd love to see: Copying rules to
add to, not replace existing rulesSelect some, not all rules to copyAdd
ability to force to lower case and trim stringsAccess to channel and
The use of calculated metrics (specific conversion event / visit) is the
most useful way to evaluate conversion variables and traffic sources.
But we aren't able to use calculated metrics when setting default
metrics for report suites. Can you change that so we can set
business-specific, calculated metrics as default? We have 3 metrics
available now so being able to select the following as default would
make it easier to see highly relevant data. Visits as a denominator to
compare raw traffic vo...
Thanks! I thought of that but we maxed out our 15 ReportBuilder
Licenses. And they're spread across multiple site with diffrent business
models and custom variables. So adding my repoort requests to other
Report Builder licenses isn't much of an option.