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...