I totally agree with you. This is a rather big disappointment for
SiteCatalyst users. For most organisations, the 52 week comparison is
extremely helpful. Why shouldn't it be available on any date range you
I would already be happy if the colours of bars in graphs would
correspond to the colours of metrics in the report. If you run a report
with say two metrics and you select metric #1 to be shown in the left
graph and metric #2 in the one on the right, both will get the same
colour in the graph. However in the report, metric #1 has a blue
rectangle next to it and metric #2 gets an orange one.
Absolutely agree with you. I was very suprised when I learned that the
rollup suite does not convert currency amounts automatically. This
really should be fixed.The way I am getting around this is by using a
separate event for the amount converted by the web app to the rollup
currency. But this is far from ideal as you have to constantly remind
yourself and users in the organisation not to use the "Revenue" metric.
Plus you have to set up separate CalcMetrics related to revenue and the
Absolutely my most missed feature in SiteCatalyst. Omniture should
really do something about it since Google Analytics' custom segments
feature is fantastic. What if you have 20 report suites and you need to
segment on the same in all of them? Set up an ASI slot for each of the
20? And next month you need to see a different segment which nobody
thought of before... What then?
I have been working with SiteCatalyst for a few years now. One thing
that has annoyed me from the start was the date format in any date
selector field being MM/DD/YYYY and apparently no way to change this.As
a European, I am used to the format DD/MM/YYYY. I still find it hard to
think MM/DD and I sometimes still get it wrong.Given that Omniture is
expanding its Customer base in Europe, I think it would be about time
now to enable users to select the date in the format they are most used
to. One ...