Easiest way perhaps should be to have the opportunity to create a new
date range with :Start of panel calendar day minus 365 daysEnd of panel
calendar day minus 365 dayswith this function we should be able to
compare datas in a dynamic way.Thanks
Hello,We used to use another analytical solution to do our analyses.
Adobe Analytics allows a much finer analysis than your main competitor.
And that's bravo.On the other hand, you lack a major functionality
compared to your competitors: it is impossible today to compare dates in
a dynamic way.Example :I want to compare a
period01/01/201818/01/2018versus last yearI can use your "compare date
period" feature and I will then have the same date versus year-1 namely
01/01/2017 to 18/01/2017but if I ...
Hello Gigazelle,Thank you for your answer.Unfortunately I cannot use the
proposed solution because I have a catalogue of more than 30 000
products which makes the multi selection complex.Although I think this
feature should be complex to develop, I think product selection would
solve the problem of a number of Adobe customers who sell products
Completely agree with your product level function in a segment.We have
the ability to use the level- hit- visit- visitorit could be great to
have the product level also in order to make some analytics based on
product and not based on a hit.Example, I got one hit containing : -
Product A - Category 1 - product view - cart addition - Product B -
Category 2 - product view - cart addition- Product C - Category 1 -
product view - cart additionIf I want to have the cart addition % of the
category 1, ...
OK thanks for your answer but how did you created custom percent change
metrics ?Other question : this solution is working for week, year,
monthes but not working for custom dates ? ie : from the 1 to 12 of
september versus 1 to 12 a year ago.Thanks