This happens to users in our org. Somewhere during the login process you
are prompted to choose Personal or Enterprise. If our users choose
Enterprise they get stuck in this loop, so we've been telling our users
to choose Personal even though its counter intuitive.
Check out the cohort tables in Workspace. Set your granularity to Month
(make sure your workspace has a date range that covers all the months
you're interested in). Your inclusion and return metrics can be the
same, so if you're looking for how many users visited your site in
August, and what % of t...
So each eVar is its own dimension. You're looking for a report with
three dimensions, so a simple table wouldn't do. In this example I've
used three different dimensions: Hit Depth, Day and Hour of Day. So
you'd have to break down evar8 by evar1, and break down those evar1's by
evar 2.As far as the ...
It looks like that report is giving you the instances for evars 1 and 2,
not their values. This table is telling you that when evar8 was set to
989, evars 1 and 2 were set 11 times, but it doesn't tell you what they
were set to. Instances measures the number of times that a value was set
for a varia...
When your Lead Complete event is fired, how do you capture the product?
Is it in the Product dimension? Assuming so, just use that to slice your
data. E.g. create a simple table with Page as the dimension and
Participation Lead as the metric. Then drag in the specific items in the
Product dimension ...
When you search like you did in Workspace, you're searching across
metrics, segments and dimensions. In your screenshot of Report Builder,
you're only searching in the Metrics tab. Exit Link URL (v62) is a
dimension, and you'd find it in the Dimensions tab.
Are you trying to find the list of browsers of each unique page, or are
you trying to get the list of browsers for your aggregated group of
pages?If the latter, I recommend that you create a hit-based segment
where Page is equal to page A, or page B, or page C ... for your list of
pages. Then use th...
You can create custom Date Ranges. I recommend these two. They will
capture the same whole days this week vs last week. I.e. Sunday through
end of yesterday. You don't want to include today's data because the
same day last week was a complete day, whereas today's data is
incomplete. Last Week:Start:...
That is the expected behavior.eVars persist whereas props do not.
Occurrences counts the number of times a given value was set, plus the
number of page views for which it persisted. Reference: Occurrences
Consider this example:Page view A: prop and evar setPage view BPage view
CPage view A: prop and...
First create Date Ranges (the purple components) for each of the days
you want to compare in your chart. Then create a table with the new Date
Ranges and your metric. Then highlight the cells, right click and