You can use a custom script to get around this.Replace obj.element with
the value in the data element "path" input for the js object.Replace
%dataElement.name% with the actuall name of the data element.return
(obj.element && obj.element != "%dataElement.name%") ? obj.element :
'';I tested this on my server and seems to work as intended.Brett
I know what 'None' means, but it just look very bad in the report. I had
to filter this value out everytime when I create dashboard. I wish there
is a setting in the reporting interface that allows me to hide 'None'
per report basis.
This is good to have. Dealing with users and their password isssues has
been a hassle. The workaround I've used is to always use the same
generic password when setting up the user account, always use the same
Welcome Email message that includes that generic password, and force all
new accounts to change password on next login. But you're right, that
should automatically be handled without me having to do that.
While we're talking granting access: only view access versus edit access
only access to dev tags only access to dev/staging tags only access to
Custom Code Modules It's like user access was completely forgotten about
in this product...
Can't you use SAINT to classify them into custom buckets? Have you
looked into that? For the Return Frequency Report, you could use the
"Days Since Last Visit" Plugin and classify that into custom buckets.
Grouping results from reports would be extremely advantageous. As a
quick, one-off substitution to SAINT classifying data, it would be nice
to put many filters into play with custom names that show up as the line
item in the report. As a quick example, use a domain report.
site.domain.com 100site2.domain.com 500 site.domain2.com
300site2.domain2.com 200 Having two filters in play:Name: "domain"
Matching anything that contains "domain.com"Name: "domain2" Matching
anything that contains "domain2.c...
Similar to the idea exchange wysiwyg, it would be nice to be able to
preview messages before you send them. Right now, I send a test email to
admins but I'm sure they would appreciate if I didn't. Also, with 200+
report suites, it would be nice to be able to hit only a certain group
with emails. When I make some major changes to report suites etc, it
would be nice to send them release notes.