The Fall Release updates were great, but we are still missing the
ability to do things like year over year without having some sort of
dimension, such as page. I want to compare overall site visits and
visitors, by day, year over year. Ideally we could have two columns of
dates in one table, such as Dec 1-Dec 31,2016 in one column, then the
YoY comparison (adjusting for week day), Dec 3, 2015- Jan 2, 2016. Then
calculate the change for this as well.
@benjamingaines - Glad this is under review! Do you have an eta for it?
It's a pain to have to set a stakeholder up with a workspace, then have
to create bookmarks of the pathing reports. Trying to get everything in
one place for them.
So glad to see your update on this, Ben! I'm looking for this feature
too. I would be able to replace a lot of manual reporting with Analysis
Workspace if I could do YoY, MoM, WoW. Keep us updated! Thanks.
Many of us had been using Adobe Analytics for years before a segment
manager existed. We had hundreds if not thousands of segments already
created. It is not ideal to have to click through each one to see if the
rules are still relevant. It would be much easier if the "Date Last
Used" was an additional column you could sort by in the manager. If I
saw that a segment had not been used in years, I would be able to delete
it without hesitation. The "Date Modified" is partially helpful, but
I have an ARB report that looks at the current month, and I refresh it
daily to get the prior days visitor #s. On July 1st though, for example,
"cm" will no longer represent June, and I will have to manually input
the last day of the month. I'm looking from cm to cd-1d, daily
granularity. I'm not sure how to address though because once I close out
the month, I duplicate that months tab to pull it out of ARB, then
refresh the ARB version to start the next month. I hope the fix that's
In Discover, if you hit the "X" on a workspace tab, it should warn you
and ask if you are sure you want to close the workspace. The "+" button
to add a new workspace is right next to the "X" on an existing
workspace, and it's easy to hit the wrong one. With the new
carbon-colored background, the "X" blends in and cannot easily be seen.
I've accidentally closed a couple of workspaces without realizing it and
have recreate everything that was within them. A simple confirmation box
would have saved...