I'm surprised that this isn't already posted as an idea.The red-green
palette can be problematic on a couple of fronts:Deuteranopia -- the
most common form of color blindness -- impacts the ability to
distinguish between red and green (which then flows over to challenges
with the gradient between those two colors)"Green" and "red" are used
for "good/bad." Color shading can also be used for simply "orders of
magnitude" (for instance, traffic to a page: low traffic isn't
necessarily "bad" -- it's ...
I thought about creating a new idea, but I think it might be better as a
comment on this idea. One of the challenges I've always had with flow
navigation is "repeating nodes." If it's a page flow, and someone
refreshes the page, the page then appears as another step in the branch.
That may be technically correct (and desired sometimes), but, if I'm
using some other prop where there may be 2-3 pages with the same value,
and I want to group those together to make a readable Sankey chart...I'm
The nodes in the flow navigation reports only display ~12 characters
(not counting the ellipses). Even if using props that are succinctly
named, this generally isn't enough to actually read without mousing over
one by one. It certainly is unhelpful for pageName.If more space is
available, the nodes could be quite a bit wider, while the "flows
between nodes" could be a lot narrower.
Thanks, Matt!Since I was bumbling along a little bit (and working to get
this working on a Windows VM that was a pretty fresh install), I'll add
a couple more bits of detail:Download FiddlerMake a filter for Show only
if URL contains adobeloginLaunch Power BI Desktop and go to Get Data and
select the Adobe Analytics connectorAt some point, walking through the
(failing) login process, you'll see the request appear in Fiddler and
you can copy the URL (starts with the pattern above and is a bit of ...
Gigazelle While nataliap18526733 has not responded, I don't think this
post should be assumed answered. I am experiencing this issue as well,
as is jackcbennett. The steps I'm following:Selecting Adobe Analytics
as the Data Connector from within Power BI DesktopI get told to sign in
with my Adobe ID in a pop-up window.I enter my Adobe ID username and
password and click Sign In.The popup just goes to all gray. If I move it
out of the way, the original prompt is saying "You are being signed in,...