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Re: Alphabetically sort the "Where" dropdown on the segment creation screen
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Well...almost. Here's the list I'm seeing for one client. The Totals, as I read it, are interspersed with the Custom Conversion N. Of course, this raises another issue (idea?) -- the fact that the user needs to "learn the lists" and find the "right list" is odd. If I need to select the container type, why wouldn't I need to select the "type of 'Where'"? I mean, a dropdown list of this length is just unwieldy. '# of Search Results (prop8)';'Add To Cart Location (eVar67)';'Album (prop4)';'Artist';...

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Alphabetically sort the "Where" dropdown on the segment creation screen
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It would be fantastic if the 100+ values available in the dropdown list when setting segment criteria were actually sorted alphabetically rather than being pseudo-sorted alphabetically (several lists, one after the other, each sorted alphabetically). Or, at the very least, enable filtering (like is available for report suite selection and report searching). Either would be fine, but needing to scroll through the list to find an "S...." value because "the S's" show up in multiple spots in the seq...

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Calendar Control: Automatically move focus to End Date after I enter a Start Date
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99.9% of the time, when someone opens the calendar control and selects a start date, the next thing they want to select is the end date. SiteCatalyst keeps the focus on the Start Date form, and even if the End Date box gets highlighted, will periodically change the focus back to the Start Date as the user navigates through the calendars to get to the End Date. This is a little thing, but it would be a very nice convenience to have SC automatically change the focus to the End Date as soon as a St...

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