I second that - video is huge today and is only set to grow. While one
can set eVars, events and props via any media calls during a video it is
invariably awkward to report on those via Discover as they're being
looked at in the same light as the way page-level data is tracked.
Using the comparison reporting module is awkward due to the following UI
bugs: 1. You can't edit a custom comparison item - once created you'd
need to create it again, call it the same thing and then save over it 2.
If you do edit a custom comparison as per above and it's already being
used within a report you'll need to remove that comparison column and
then add it back in - it doesn't update automatically 3. If you want to
delete a custom comparison you can't unless you're prepared to delete
If you're logged into Discover and have a long period of inactivity (an
hour or more I think) and then run a new report you'll be prompted to
log in again... not an issue. The problem occurs in that after you login
again your email address disappears from the email field when scheduling
reports to be sent to you. This is obviously quite annoying if you're
running a lot of reports and emailing them.