I'm trying to determine the number of days since last visit (DSLV) to a
page. When you use the Days Since Last VIsit dimension, the options
don't add up to the original unique visitor # (or visit #). For example,
if you take the visits column, there were 397K visits to the page, but
there are only 192K associated with the DSLV dimension. Why is there the
397K-192K difference, and what can we say about them? Might help answer
the question- is "0 days" first-time visits or people who have returned...
I have a numeric event that is tracking a value (in this case, # of
selections) when another action occurs. In order to see the range of #s
for that event (1, 2, 3, etc.), I am trying to use it in Workspace.
However, when I put it into a new Freeform table, the values are just
counting the # of times the event fired, not the actual range of
numbers. How should I be structuring this report so I can get the range
of values that are coming through with the event, not just the event
Today, it is September 14, 2017.If I look at "last month" today, "last
month" will give me August 2017. However, if I change my Workspace
project to April 2017, I would expect "last month" to show March 2017,
but it remains as August 2017 since it is currently September 2017. It
would be awesome if this custom date range "moved" depending on the date
range being used in Workspace.