That's a good idea re: turning it off in permissions, but that's still a
lot of hassle. Would prefer a simple default toggle since it seems liek
for some users it is helpful, and for others, it's just extra work for
the Adobe servers to provide information that's actively not wanted.
Each time I create a graph, I take an extra step to remove the anomaly
bubbles as we have very few reports/scenarios in which they apply or are
helpful. Maybe 1%? I would be very, very grateful if there were a toggle
somewhere to turn OFF anomaly detection by default. Or perhaps Adobe
could explore turning them off for everyone and see if you get any
complaints. 🙂 My company is in media, so our metrics fluctuate
significantly based on content available -- NBA Games, Star Wars, etc.