It would be so nice if there was a pause button that allowed report
owners or admins to pause scheduled reports. Right now, there is nothing
you can do except push out the "start" date or delete the report. This
should really be applied to anything within the Adobe suite that can be
It's great to compare date ranges and see the changes between the
values. However, it would be better if we could customize the "Change"
column to make it easier to detect the significance of the change. Just
having a positive change be green compared to a negative change in red
would be a great start.
It would be nice to have a column in the Processing Rules interface of
when the rule was first created, as well as when it was last modified.
It would also be nice to see the "Reason for the Rule" section without
having to expand the rule. And lastly, you should be able to give the
rules a title so you know what they do without having to expand them.
For retail clients, it would be great to have a report where I could see
how each product is doing compared to how it did last week, month,
quarter, year. It would be awesome if you could run a "Products Rank"
report and see how each product has been doing compared to a specific
time frame using the "Add Metrics" function and pull in those report
specific metrics. The report should apply to classifications of the
product variable as well. That way, you could see how your categories
You know how you can compare segments side by side in Discover? I would
love to compare filtered results side by side in SiteCatalyst. Example:
Compare Revenue in the filtered results "abc" versus "xyz" in the
Tracking Code report.
You can add notes to each reportlet in Dashboards which is great, but to
the untrained eye you would miss them entirely. They resemble the "add
note" icon too much. Once active, it should change to be another color
and/or another icon. It would be nice to have an option to make it
visible by default.
When on the Processing Rules page, you cannot tell what rule does what.
Either add a separate line or allow users to add context to the
processing rules so they don't have to expand the rule to remember what
I would like to be able to use custom events within the conditional
statement in processing rules. For example, when a user fires off
"event5", set the value "Downloaded White Papers" into propX. Then I
could enable pathing and get the pathing of events that Greco has talked
It would be great if I could setup a notification when ASI is NOT
processing within a defined parameter. For example, if it is taking
longer than the average processing time for the past week, send me a
notification. This is different than the current system where I get an
alert every time it has successfully processed. I don't want to hear
about it unless it's broken.