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Label Processessing Rules Page with the Name of the Report Suite that the Processing Rules Belong to
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"As an administrator, I want to know the name and report suite ID of the processing rules I am manipulating directly on the processing rules page, so that I can avoid errors and confusion, especially when adjusting rules for IOS, Android, Windows10, XBOX, and BlackBerry report suites; as sometimes different developers introduce different defects on different devices."Core of the recommendation:I have a lot of suites because I have a lot of products. I use processing rules a lot to fix errors. I ...

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Atomic units of time, date, timezone, day surfaced in Processing Rules
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Adobe captures a session timestamp. That timestamp, at present, is not surfaceable in processing rules. Understandable becauuse processing rules do not have regex or parsing capabilities. However, the atoms of that session timestamp, and associated metadata, are very valuable to a researcher. These include: "As a researcher, I want to cross the HH:MM with a video name so that I can calculate an AMA.""As a researcher, I want to cross the day of the week with a pagename so that I can compare Monda...

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Eliminate Cancel Button on User Setup Page
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I don't understand the use case for this particular button. I understand that it was a design pattern introduced in FrontPage '97. It's really enraging to fill out a form, and then hit the cancel button by mistake. #justsmallthings

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Re: Processing Rules - Wider Boxes
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Nice! Looks great! Thank you!

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Thanks Benjamin! CB

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"As a user of processing rules, I want to be able to read more of a variable name, so that I can read a rule set easier; and not have to click on each one to read the entire variable name. This feature would reduce both my own propensity to commit innocent errors, and, reduce the propensity of those I manage to make errors." Concretely: the current width of the drop down boxes, now set at approximately 20 characters, is too narrow for today's product manager on the go. Whereas I appreciate the c...

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Multiple Delimeter Types in Processing Rules
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Processing rules are a great way to get Context Data from apps into your variables. But let's face it - not all of us have the same delimeters within the same variable. We've all inhereted systems where there's a rogue dash ("-") that got in there from the URL. See where the interface asks you to enter in your delimeter, and then it hard code-repeats it in boxes right next to the concatenated values in the image below? We need to be able to modify those. So, if there's an instance where we need ...

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