I echo everyone's comments. From an Administration perspective, it would
greatly help understanding which profiles users are actively using. We
manage over 20+ profiles here and it may provide leverage for the
platform to reduce the number of profiles or at least reduce the number
of active profiles if we better understood when users where accessing
With Insight v5.3 forward, the sidebar was introduced as a means to help
analysts understand what selections, overrides, etc. they may have while
working with a particular workspace. Focusing on the filters panel, this
panel provides a visual regarding what filters may or may not be applied
for a certain workspace. Our analyst find this panel invaluable and it
was a great addition to Insight. Most of our workspaces have the broken
sesion filter automatically enabled. We have found that upon open...
With the user's ability to submit more than one workspace in compute in
background mode, we have noticed "bottlenecks" with query performance
within certain profiles. Is there an abliity for the administrator to
terminate a workspace(s) which is in compute in background mode if and
when platform performance is degrading?
Currently, we have the capability to e-mail results (excel, png) to our
customer base when the report(s) are 100% complete. Is there a way to
only send an e-mail notification to our customer base that the reports
are complete versus attaching the output? We have built a mechanism for
customers to access reports which are published to our internal wiki and
would like to stop e-mailing the reports but continue to send a
notification that they'reavailable.
We currently use the reprocess field within the Log Processing.cfg and
Transformation.cfg as our means to track who and when a change was made
to the configuration which would trigger a processing event. Is there a
way we could use the variable CN to automatically populate the reprocess
field, ending with the date/time when a particular user saves these
configurations to the server? This feature would provide the
Administrator with a quick view into who saved a change to the server
Currently, the Globe is a great "show" feature during demos. Consumers
find the information interesting but not consumable as the ip address
"clouds", showing concentration of activity by geography, often bleeds
into each other and across state/country boundaries. It's difficult for
consumers to understand what areas have the heavier concentration (or
lack of concentration) and they do not use this feature for analysis or
reporting because of this. Is there a new layer that can be developed
Currently, we manage metric worksheets inside Insight. Our analysts feel
it would be easier for them to manage existing and develop new
worksheets outside of Insight. Our templates are quite extensive and
when modifications are needed, it's cumbersome for them to use the tool
when they could do a simple search/replace function in Microsoft Excel.
Our thought is since Insight can output data to an excel template, why
not provide the ability to import an excel template to support
publishing. I gue...
We would like to see the ability for our Analysts to develop excel
templates and import them into a Metric Worksheet. This would greatly
ease their ability to create/maintain our excel templates. How feasible
would this ability be since InSight can open an excel document/template?
Currently, Insight is able to produce automated reports (with Report
Server) on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. We would like the ability
to produce automated reports on the business day (Monday thru Friday).
One of our largest issues is applying dimensions at the appropriate
level (Visitor, Session, Page View) during analysis. Most of our
dimensions use business names and it's not readily apparent to the user
what level the dimension is built at. We consistently refer to the
Dataset Schema, which provides a fairly intuitive means to understand
what level a particular dimension is associated with. When building
dimensions, we specifically set the parent. Is it possible to set a
color scheme (similar ...