since ‎20-07-2017
‎10-12-2019
lexham3
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Re: Custom Event and Calculated Metric Definitions lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
Good idea, much more handy than notes in the report. As long as you could upload and share across report suites all your definitions rather than doing them individually. In the absence of this, we make a glossary available to our users - sharing a matrix that covers all prop, event and evar definitions against their identifying numbers (which we've made consistent across all deployments).
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SiteCatalyst Alerts - ability to set for either positive or negative changes lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
Whilst the alerts function is very helpful for setting absolute trigger values, it seems to be impossible to set an alert to trigger in when a value changes by a -ve %. For example, I want to trigger an alert when my unique visitors decreases by 25%.Even if I set the alert to -25% it still triggers whenever the 25% threshold is breached (either +ve or -ve) If Adobe could add that ad It's a simple change, but would really uplevel the effectiveness of this function.
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Add calendar events to selected report suites - single, multiple or all lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
In SC15, its handy that we can apply Report Suite-specific Cal­en­dar Events, but it would be even better if we could apply events to multiple selected report suites. At the moment you can apply an event to everything, or just a single RS.Often we have logical groups of suites that may share common events.A simple set of tick boxes to indicate what report suites should have the calendar event applied to would be great.
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Dashboard Management - Better Scheduling and administration lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
Problem:Once you start administering a large number of dashboards, it becomes difficult to use the web interface as an admin tool.Say you need to select 20 dashboards and then edit the delivery schedule and change some names for distribution - there appears to be no simple way to manage this. Each one has to be changed individually. Discussion Thread Response (Xiao Guo)03/07/2012 11:14 PMHello,Thank you for contacting Adobe Clientcare. You need to go to each dashboard and schedule it one by one....
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Re: Segment Management in SiteCatalyst 15 lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
When users create and share a segment in Discover, that also appears in the SC15 segment menu. Problem is that we can't (as admins) delete or prevent these segments appearing. A segmentation managment tool would be very helpful. @MarinaMuncescu admins can create report suite segments, which is ok and allows some control / verification / sharing We'd like to see: ability to hide and manage segment visibility across SC, Discover and DWto ensure that segments created by users in SC15 are only visib...
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Re: More flexibility in the date options for reportlets lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
One way we got round this was to use the advanced delivery options -->scheduling options and set a fixed start date and rolling end date, wiht delivery frequency set to monthly. That means the start date stays fixed and then every month it increments by M+1. Some of our colleagues use this for daily reports for campaigns so they can see the trend over time.
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Re: Filter Google Instant Preview Traffic lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
Looks like there already is a comment on the Omniture blog about this:http://blogs.omniture.com/2010/11/23/the-skinny-on-sitecatalyst-and-google-preview/
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Re: Knowing who is logged into Discover and Admins being able to kick them out lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
Any progress on this? We'd also love to be able to see a Discover user log - who logged in when and how long for. Is there any way to see that information?
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Re: Knowing who is logged into Discover and Admins being able to kick them out lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
This is a great idea - we have to resort to emailing our users to get them to exit their sessions. Not much good when the team is split out over US, Europe and Asia Pacific...
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Re: Automatic, rule-based SAINT classifications based on specific criteria lexham3 - Adobe Analytics
We also spend a good deal of time with classifications - so a real strong 'yes please' to get this implemented. The larger the data to upload becomes, the longer it seems to take. However there is no easy way to see the status of the processing, which leads to overwrites and even more delay.
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