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Workspace - Freeform Table - More than 5 columns - In Bulk
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JohnOFarrell

JohnOFarrell
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HiIn this discussionWorkspace - Freeform Table - More than 5 columns How to have more than 5 columns was answered.However I have a follow on question namely (actually responded to the original thread which is over a year old so trying for better luck with a fresh post)Anyway to do this in bulk? For example I would like to to pull over each individual US DMA (designated market area) in the USA (there are over 200 of them) just as the example above shows with "page views and country". Got the firs...

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Re: Workspace - Freeform Table - More than 5 columns
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Great info thanks. Anyway to do this in bulk? For example I would like to to pull over each individual US DMA (designated market area) in the USA (there are over 200 of them) just as the example above shows with "page views and country". Got the first five over by default. Then I have been doing "cntrl..select multiple individual DMA" and move them over in sets of five or six. Challenge is that when I use the the arrow to open up all of the DMAs I get DMA from all over the world, each US DMA is ...

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Hate the title of these books (Yes I know its great branding) by Adobe Analytics for Dummies is excellent. AND it just came out so it applies to the system in the market today (unlike the Linda course I did which is a few years/versions old)Adobe Analytics For Dummies:Book Information - For DummiesBTW AA is a good deal different from GA so don't always put your "it works this way in GA hat on"Good LuckJohn

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Yes! Thank you so much for the quick response and sorry for delay in thanking you.

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John O'Farrell here. Using Adobe Analytics again after a 10 year hiatus and getting back up to speed.

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Reports: Looking at them with a segment applied
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Hi, after a nearly 10 year hiatus from using Adobe Analytics (it was just Omniture Site Catalyst back then as most of you know), I find myself using it once again.My challenges and questions for today are: 1) I'd like to view reports with a segment applied to it while I am in the reports section. For example, if I am in REPORTS>CONTENT>PAGES, the default view is unsegmented list of Pages and PageviewsI know that I can use Compare to Segment and see how the unsegmented data compares to whatever s...

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