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We're using AEM to publish content (effectively banner ads) on our website.What's the best way to track performance (impressions, clicks etc.) in Adobe Analytics?Any information (including articles) would be much appreciated.John

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Creating and extracting flat tables in Adobe Analytics
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What's the easiest way to generate flat tables in Adobe Analytics (for eventual extraction)?Freeform tables are a possibility, but once downloaded these are difficult to work with (as data is shown as it would be in, say, an Excel Pivot table - not truly flat)I'm not an admin user so do not have access to custom reports, or more complex extraction techniques.Andy

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Adobe Analytics freeform table - adding a second dimension quickly
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I have a basic freeform table, consisting of one dimension and metric(s).I want to break the data down by a second dimension. Ordinarily I'd need to select all the dimension rows in the table, then drag-and-drop the second dimension onto these.Is there an easier way to do this - one that doesn't require me to select all the first dimension's rows first? This can be tricky, especially if there are many rows.Andy

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