Hi GigazelleThanks for your reply! As you can see in my original post, I
already classified ~none~ as logged in but it had no effect. Here is a
screenshot of the page after I import the classification file
aboveurs.boller I have multiple classifications for logged in because I
want to catch all and classify anything other than "not logged in" as
I've come to find the forums far more helpful than the documentation so
here's another question!I have a report for an evar "login_status" which
is working except for some unspecified values when (I think) a user or
visit contains both login_status. Example: Someone begins a visit with
"not logged in" and during the session the value becomes "logged in"
which throws analytics off, expectedly. What I want to do is use
classification to classify the unspecified as "logged in". I've tried
I'm having the same issue! Ok so we know the following:Pageviews are
working correctly (no unspecified values)Some visitors and visits have
unspecified valuesSome visitors and visits do not have unspecified
valuesThis leads me to believe that if, during a visit, login_status
sends both logged in AND not logged in (because someone logged in during
a visit), then the value is unspecified in analytics. Same goes for
visitors that have been logged in AND logged out during the date range.I
In my new report suite, there are no metrics to choose in the report
builder. How do I enable them? The documentation I can find just says
they should be "out of the box" but that doesn't seem to be the case.
I've installed DTM and it is clearly sending something to Analytics but
it's only instances. Here's a screenshot:Any help is much appreciated! !