The Key Visitors report currently constrains the user to stipulate a
single domain/IP in the admin console - it would be much more useful if
multiple domains could be entered for a given 'group' of visitors of
In the same way that SAINT can retroactively populate naming etc. it
would be really helpful if paid search detection could be retroactively
populated and or reprocessed based upon the rules/query string parameter
defined in the admin console and changes made to those rules.
Talk about re-inventing the wheel! What have Adobe done to the product
wheel? 'If it aint broke don't fix it' I go on holiday for three weeks
and on my return am greeted by an array of Adobe icons and window
dressing changes that actually negatively impact the user experience.
The new wheel is less visual - a reduction in colour and increased
dependency on text descriptions and meaningless iconographic
representations of the products makes for a greater cognitive load on
the user and poorer user...
We can access orders/page views/uniques by hour but not visits which I
would like to see. I would also like to see visits to pages by hour and
and fallout reports by hour or hourly ranges. The current functionality
is not detailed enough.
The Discover Group Manager limit of 50 pages is quite constrictive - I
would like to see this increase to a minimum of 1000 pages and this
functionality would be really useful in site catalyst for fallout
There has been unofficial mention of a new excel client tool in advanced
stages of development for over a couple of years now. I want to know
when to expect this as I have been waiting to hear for absolutely ages
and the current excel client is poor and very frustrating/time consuming
to use - even the Site Catalyst enabled report builder is not that great
as it has had a lot of the guts chopped out from the original HBX
Currently when I switch from ranked metrics for saint classifications
(Campaign traffic channel rollups that I have placed in a hierarchy) to
a trended view the reports pull in 0 data - this is a really annoying