Whenever an alert email comes in, user needs to go and go re-create the
report that generate the report, which is a waste of time. Just as we
can from within a report use the "create link to report" link, the email
should automatically include a link like that.
In order to prevent the possibilty of unwanted/unauthorized changes made
in the Admin Console, I would like to severely limit the number of
people who have access to it. Ideally, only a few people who should be
able to make changes. However, a broader group of people need to be able
to access the Admin Console, so that they can read and understand the
settings that have been applied. Currently, there is no "read" vs.
"read/write" distinction applied to SiteCat. I would like this to be
My company uses traditional calendar, whereas the company that just
acquired us uses a custom 4-4-5 calendar. Currently, as a SiteCat admin
I must choose either traditional or 4-4-5 calendar and this setting will
apply to all users. Ideally, I would like to enable people to see
either. If this could not be enabled easily, then a second solution
would be to enable admin to build and save custom timeframes, similar to
calculated metrics. Select time frame and give it a name - Parent
company Q1 201...
As an Omniture admin, it would be useful to receive notices from my HR
department to tell me when people have left the company, prompting me to
delete or transfer their SiteCatalyst account. To help with this issue,
it would be very useful to set either at the individual user level or
across all users, a number of days of inactivity after which they would
be disallowed from accessing SiteCat either through their account being
disabled or deleted. Disablement would be preferable, in case of peopl...
I would love to have a document or on-screen tool tips in Discover that
help the user determine for a given SiteCat report how to find or build
the equivalent report in Discover. As an example, right now trying in
Discover to build the SiteCat equivalent of Paths>Pages>Previous Page.
The left nav in SiteCat is 80% the same as the left nav in Discover, but
for wherever there are differences even having Discover link to a help
article explaining either how to build the equivalent of the SC report
I see this need too. I want to use hourly alerts to understand when
things on our website break. One advantage of Omniture over other tools
is that we can get hourly data. However, to be the most useful, I need
the hourly alerts to be based on the same hour for previous days (4pm on
Oct 1 vs. 4pm on Sept 30) rather than the previous hour (4pm on Oct 1
vs. 3 pm on Oct 1). This is because unless your website is massive and
very international, you will have natural cycality during a 24-hour
My company has been up and running with Omniture SiteCatalyst now for
2-3 months. Things are going well overall. There is one issue I've
discovered that I think is probably very common across many Omniture
clients, but particularly large clients. The issue is the ongoing
documentation of how variables are being used across report suites. My
company now has roughly 40 report suites. One big part of the
implementation task was to ensure that wherever variables are meant to
be global, that they are...
My company has just launched and started using SiteCatalyst and
Discover. I hope to be able to use the private forum (as opposed to the
public forum) to discuss ideas and issues. One of my first desired uses
was to share some key documents about how SiteCat has been set up for
our organization. Things like a map of our report suites, a list of our
customer variables and their definitions, and a matrix showing each URL
and it's given page name. However, currently the forum only allows
posting of ...
I have used T&T for several years, but am new to Site Catalyst /
Discover. My situation is likely similar to others - getting tags
implemented is a very time-consuming process. Therefore, it is
imperative that when we initiate the first wave of tagging, we do it
right and avoid any mistakes that would be time-consuming to fix. I have
been diligent about trying to collect tips, tricks, insights,
documentation from both Omniture representatives as well as customers.
After attending Summit last wee...
I would like the ability to provide a brief description of each report
suite with essential info that a casual user would need to properly
interpret the data. Typically a given report or set of reports has a few
things that the user needs to keep in mind - the type of things that
might help explain how to reconcile between that report and other data
sources. I'm currently working to implement and use SiteCat for the
first time. I've asked if this feature exists and am told that it