I also think that an Excel option would be great. My company refuses to
install Report Builder (and generally any plug-ins), so having
dashboards in Excel will at least give ability to do some custom work
post-Omniture export. Whether it's dividing metrics across two
reportlets, to simple things like drawing circles around portions of the
graph I'm referring to (and adding additional word notation), having the
additional flexibility would be great. Right now, to get this
flexibility, I need to t...
Couldn't agree more! As my business is trying to decide whether a mobile
version of website needed, not being able to quickly show mobile traffic
as a percentage of all traffic takes too much manipulation outside of
Couldn't agree more. Explaining that the percentage is the % of column
percentage, when the data tends to get read across the line (when
multiple events broken down by eVar) takes focus away from the message.
If I'm thinking of this correctly, I do think it's still a bounce in
scenario #2....perhaps an even worse bounce! The person in Visit 1 sees
the page, doesn't bounce (?) and doesn't convert. They come back again,
and not only do they not convert, they now IMMEDIATELY leave (i.e.
bounce). So in this case, you're 0-for-2, with the second Visit having a
worse outcome than the first visit! Is that the question you are asking?
I think bounce rate shouldn't be complicated, because of the wide range
This is definitely something I am looking for...on sites that aren't
running a mobile version of a website, it'd be great to instantly
determine if the percentage of mobile views is changing (not just
growing/shrinking relative to itself)