Hi Achilles, I had the same thing happen to me with one of my tests. I
opened the A4T panel, and then selected the target activity. After a
while of trying to load it gave me this red error (it happened very
quickly, I had to try a couple times to get a clear screenshot of it).
But basically, someho...
Yes, it is possible to do this, however you have to take into account
low-traffic bucketing, depending on how much traffic you get. If you
have a lot of unique users on your site some of the visitor IDs will get
low-traffic bucketed. This can also happen for page names, depending on
how many pages a...
As far as I know, there isn't a way to upload a CSV into a segment, but
you don't have to do each item on the same line. There are two different
types of comparison operators that you can use - equals any of or
contains any of. If you have 200-300 products, you probably wants
"equals any of" since y...
Yes it would be a sequential segment. I would also suggest instead of
just having "then" having it be within a certain amount of page views,
depending on how your process works. For us, we had the form start and
then within 2 page views a form submit (because some of the forms had
more than one step...
I had the same issue with a similar process. For us, we had a form users
can start and then submit on the website, when we tried to calculate
submit %, we had the same issue as yours above (by day it was fine, but
by service name we got over 100%). We discovered that this because
people can come bac...
Best way to do that would be to use the filters for sub-class in the
table. Click the filter icon beside the dimension name, click 'show
advanced', and then you have different options for the filter. I suggest
"contains any term" as that field is space delimited. So for example if
you put "laptops g...
When you create a segment, whether it's hit/visit/visitor, it brings in
everything that happens at that level as long as the conditions of the
segment are met. In your example, you have a segment where sub-class =
"laptops". So it is going to look at everything that happens in the hits
You could try making a segment that contains letters. Instead of
excluding numbers, insist that the item contains a letter. Use "contains
any term", which is space delimited, and then just put the whole
alphabet separated by spaces like below. This way if it has only numbers
it won't be included, bu...
When you create a segment, by default it is only visible to yourself. If
you want other people to be able to use it, you need to "share" it with
them. You can do this in the components menu on the left by right
clicking the segment, click "share", and then select the users you want
to share it with....