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I am copying a report suite, and both of them(original and duplicate. Ex : Dev, QA or for simlar region specific report suites) may change every now and then.I would like to see an option to keep them in synch, or to see the differences between them.

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I know there is an article on how and why total (sum) of calcualted metric makes no sense.However, there are cases, where total of calcualted metrics makes sense. There should be an option in the calculated metric creation dialog to have an option to enable totaling of calculated metric.This avoids offline report preparation using Excel!

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It would be good to have a feature to create a calculated metric from the calculated metrics.1) In some cases, I need to calculate intermediate results and then finally consolidate them to have an "end result" as well. CM1 = evar5 + evar6 - evar7CM2 = evar8 + evar9 - evar10 ===> CM = CM1 + CM2 2) In some cases, I have to breakdown a big formula into manageable chinks, and use those chunks to get a final calculated metric. CM = (evar4 + evar5 - evar 10) + (evar 11 + evar9 - evar2) + (evar6 + evar...

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