I know this is a bit minor, but I often print off the variable screens
in the Admin Console and if you have longer variable names, they get
cutoff. I woudl ask that the width be expanded a bit so it is more
easily read when printed. Thanks!
I would like to see the ability to compare two v15 Segments in an eVar
or sProp reports. This used to be possible using ASI segments, but was
lost in v15. Compare Segments would allow you to add two distinct
segments to any eVar/sProp report and see the differences in a 3rd
column (like date comparison).
I would like to see SiteCatalyst have a tabbed approach for reports like
Chrome does for Browser windows. Clicking the icon to launch a copy of
the current report would open the report in a new tab WITHIN
SITECATALYST instead of relying on browser nuisances... This idea is
similar to this idea, but different enough (I
I woudl like to have the ability (maybe in the settings tab of Discover)
to be able to duplicate all selected metrics when adding a new segment
to a report. Here is the scenario: You open a Discover reportYou update
the segmentYou add 5-6 metrics underneath the segmentNow you want to add
another segment to the report. The odds are you want to see the same
metrics for both segments right? Unfortunately, today, you have to
re-add 5-6 metrics again for the new segment. if you want to compare
Currently, if you are looking at a report with a bunch of metric columns
and you choose to switch to the "Trended " view, it trends the 1st
column metric. Then, if you switch back to the ranked view, you need to
re-add the other metrics. I would like to see it where SiteCatalyst can
"remember" the metrics you originally had and if you switch back to the
"Ranked" view, it will use the same metrics you had. It is annoying to
have to re-add these and be penalized for looking at the trended view...
Here are some ideas for starters: Highlight which pages have had sudden
spikes/dipsHighlight which sections have had sudden spikes/dipsShow
anytime a metric has moved outside of the normal standard
deviationAbility to tell which metrics are correlated to other metrics
(i.e. does time spent on site lead to more/less sales)etc...
I don't think this is possible today, but I would like the ability to
add code to YouTube videos that shows how many times each has been
viewed off my website (on YouTube or embedded in another wesbite...
This idea is related to, but different from this idea
face/idi-p/1182). For this request, I woudl ask that it be possible to
see the Name or Subject of a Scheduled Report within the interface. If
you look at the screenshot below, there is no way to know which
Scheduled Report each row represents... Most of them are labeled as
"Conversion" which is meaningless! This simple change, would help a lot!
I would add that this should be extended to all SiteCatalyst variables.
Admins should be able to put notes in the Admin Console explaining each
variable and the end-user should be able to see these notes if desired
when looking at a report. This woudl be preferable to the current
Often times, I have numerous metrics in an eVar or Traffic reoprt and I
want to remove one or more of them. It is annoying that you have to go
to Add Metrics, Find it, Remove it and then save. Why not just put an
"x" or something similar in the column heading so you can just remove
with one click?
I often want to create a "converse" segment which is the opposite of the
current segment I am looking at. For example, if I am looking at a
segment of 1st Time Visitors, I might like to contrast that with all
Non-1st Time Visitors. Unfortunately, that takes a lot of extra work,
especially if the segments are complex. It would be great if there were
an easy way to "create opposite of the current segment." I feel like
this is a task that might be better done by an algorithm than a person
or at lea...
If you look at the Discover conversion funnel below, it is typical for a
Lead Gen site. However, there is currently no way (that I know of) to
add a new metric to this funnel that is based upon a segment. Here is an
example, let's say I want to treat "Visitors who view more than 3 pages
on website" as a microconversion metric and I don't have it as a
SiteCatalyst Success Event. I might want to add this to the funnel
below. I can create a segment in a different Discover report that shows
me how m...
I would add the following to this request. Please provide a column for
total traffic the report suite gets so you can sort by traffic. I tend
to use the report suites that get the most traffic and it is annoying to
have to search among hundreds of report suites to find these...
I would like to see Omniture add more functionality to the "Compare"
feature in DIscover. Here is an example: Let's say I have the same
metric for 2 segments as shown below. Now I want to divide one by the
other to make a ratio. Currently, there is no way to do this. All you
can do is find the difference between the two or a difference %. This is
easy to do in Excel, but you have to download the data table and then
trend it there. It woudl be great if I could create a comparison below
Often times, I look at a Classification report and see values that have
been misclassified. Currently, the process is to download the rows that
are misclassified, update the SAINT table and upload to SiteCatalyst. I
am not sure if this woudl ever be possible, but it would be great if you
could edit a row that is misclassified right in the SiteCatalyst report
and then have SiteCatalyst figure out what "Key" row items need to be
updated and update them for you instead of having to go through the
Currently, you get a message if there are no available concurrent
sessions of Discover available. It would be great if it could show you
who was using Discover at the tome so you could call them up and see if
you could get in if you need a quick answer...
I would like to see a new "Pathing" reporty that allows you to select a
page and then shows you all other pages on your site that people who saw
that page saw. These related pages would be sorted in descending order.
In my mind it is similar to the Full Paths report with one page
selected, but instead of showing you all paths, it just boils it down to
how often visitors saw other pages.The business gola I am looking to
solve is to figure out which content I may want to merge onto the
If there are multiple report suites that are set-up the same way, you
shoul dbe able to use the Admin Console to set the default metrics for
multiple report suites at one time. Currently you can only do this for
one report suite at a time (lame!)...