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Include ability to re-name column headings in reports
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Frequently, reports have to be downloaded and manipulated before they can be distributed widely, so that the less web-saavy business folks can understand what they're looking at quickly, without a lot of hedge and explanation. The ability to re-name column headings and metric names, to labels that are more familiar or specific to our business, would go a long way in reducing that manual work. The whole point of having dashboards and "canned" reports is to make KPI's quickly and easily accessible...

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Re: Make Genesis data available in Discover
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We integrated SC data with ExactTarget email data. Aside from the fact that the process was very bumpy, and not well coordinated between the two partners, we realized after the fact, that none of that data was making it's way into Discover. What is most frustrating about this experience is that the Email attribute and metric names that were created using Genesis, actually show up in Discover; there just is no data to populate them!

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Re: Ability to Build a Segment Based Upon a Visit Path
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Clickstream filtering would negate all kinds of creative workarounds.

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Re: Expand 5 * 5 breakdown on Discover reports
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Highlight the entire column, then open up a breakdown. It should open up for all of your rows. I stumbled upon this accidentally, but it works consistently.

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Re: Fix Year Crossover Issue in Discover!
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I've never been able to even make the short view (e.g. Nov-Feb) work. I still get cut off at the Dec 31 date! In my experience the hardcore, full-time analyst will use Discover as the chief workhorse. Actionable intelligence comes from the multi-dimensional analysis that Discover provides, and not the flat, snapshot reporting that SiteCatalyst provides. Therefore, the kind of enhancement we're asking for is both obvious and crucial.

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Re: Dashboard - additional folder structure or filter by reportsuite
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Currently there is little more than ADD/EDIT/DELETE/SHARE functionality in the Dashboard Manager. We would love the ability to create folders and customized categories, similar to a directory tree. It would create greater efficiency for dashboard builders, and improve "findability" for dashboard consumers.

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