Occasioanly I get error codes in Discover. It should be easy enough to
have a lookup table translate the error code into an easy-to-understand
error message. I am applying a segment filter to a report and goth the
error message "Report generated error (103)" then I tweaked the rpeort
and got the message "Report generated error (321)". It would be much
better if I could just read the eror message and have it explain - in
plain English - what is wrong.
I would love a comparison type that calculates the 'percent of row'.
This would be helpful when comparing semgents to a 'total' in
colum-by-colm comparisons. Please see attached screen shot.In this
examplle, it would be easy to spot growth and decline for specific
segments. Currently, I can calculate the difference between rows A and
B, but I am unable to calculate what % of the total is attributed to a
segment. In order to do that now, I have to pull the data into Excel and
calaulate the percen...
This high-level comparison would eliminate the need for a manual work
around. I can compare date ranges for individual pages. I can also
compare date ranges for site sections. However, I cannot compare date
ranges for the site as a whole. Doesn't make sense.
It would be much easier if Admins (or a selct group of users) could
customize the menu within Site Catalyst right from the main interface
(instead of going through the admin interface). Ideally, click something
to enable menu customization and drag and drop & add folders for Custom
Reports. Fewer steps = always better. As long as ability is limited to
Admins or other select group of users who understand the implications.
There is no way to track estimated traffic level versus actual in the
admin intterface. Adding a 13-month rolling window of data in the Admin
Interface would allow users to immediately see if they are in danger of
going above their estimated traffic levels. Whether you inherit report
suites or manage so many you can't easily keep track - this wil be very
helpful. See attached. Setting up alerts to go to administrators when
one of their suites is above 80% - 85% of estimated traffc level would