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UX - Option to hide the % columns on tables for reports added to dashboards
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Currently when SiteCatalyst 15 is displaying a report on a dashboard, the most of the visual weight in the data table is taken up by the percentage columns.The value of a dashboard is that it allows the business user to focus immediately on what is important, and to take it a large amount of information at once. By adding visually heavy percentage columns to every row metrics, the sitecatalyst dashboards make it difficult to scan along the rows and compare metrics.Can we please have the option t...

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UX - Show numbers for participation metrics rather than percentages
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Currently when you load a participation metric onto a sitecatalyst report, the data column for the metric shows percentages and then numbers in parentheses.This confuses our users and is inconsistent with the display of non-participation metrics, which show numbers and then percentages in a second column. Could you normalise the UX for both types of metric so that they both show absolute numbers in the same font, size and position?This would go a long way towards making these reports usable. Cur...

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