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 definiti...
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 ...
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 ...
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 o...
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 an...
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...
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.