I keep getting the following error message when I set the date range to
a year(actually 10 months). "One of the segments or the search in this
visualization contains a text search that returned too many results.
Please narrow the text search criteria and try again." As I understand,
this means that the text search criteria in the segments are too broad
and therefore, there are too much data that Adobe Analytics has to
handle. I've optimized the conditions set in each segment and tried to
So this may be a very basic question, but it's been confusing me for
forever.What is the difference between the segments below?And what does
a container mean when creating a segment? A. Visits in a Visit SegmentB.
Hits in a Visit Segment Thanks in advance!
As you can see I've broken down Custom Links by Custom Link Name and got
the result.However, I'd like to see by which segment or types of traffic
a certain a custom link was clicked.How would I be able to know that?
What is the difference between using and not using a container?Please
refer to the example below: 1) When using a container:(Including Visits
that include Hits) 2) When NOT using a container:(Including Hits only)
I've blocked out the data for security issues, however all the
conditions are pretty much the same except the usage of a container. As
the results show, TSpV differs a little bit but the rest are the
same.Why does using a container makes difference in TSpV but not the
others? Thanks in ...
As you can see, TSpV shown by its metric is 124(123.53257388839309 in
specific).However, if you calculate TSpV:2,353,172 / (36,066 - 14,438) =
109it shows a certain amount of difference than shown by the metric
TSpV(seconds). Why is this happening?
Are segment definitions case sensitive?For instance if I were to add a
"Tracking Code starts with..." definition, would I need to put in 'abcd'
and 'ABCD' and all the other possible outcomes?Same question goes for
when filtering the breakdowned results. Also if so or if not so, could
you please explain the logic behind it? Thanks in advance!