Thanks for this quick response. You said it doesn't mean that their
Analytics account gets deleted, so that means they could still access
Analytics directly if their account remained in Analytics but not in the
Hi there,We have several people that have left the business since we
implemented Adobe Experience Cloud. We have removed their
accounts/product access/details through the Admin Console, however, all
users still appear in the User list within Analytics (Admin > Analytics
Users & Assets). It's not that they've all been removed a week ago and
are still appearing, some were removed months ago and are still listed
as users in Analytics.Why would this be happening? Do we need to remove
them from here ...
We are moving across from google analytics/data studio where we have
historically created any widespread reporting across our organisation.
One particularly useful report allows people to self serve by selecting
their web page from a drop-down box to see their web traffic (for
example). It looks like this: I'm wanting to recreate this in workspaces
but we have over 300,000 page URL's (or if looking by the page name,
22k) - is there any easy way to get ALL url's to show up in a drop-down
menu in ...
Activity map links & instances?Otherwise have you tried the browser
plugin/extension 'Activity Map' by Adobe Analytics? You can see on your
page the ranking (or raw value) of link clicks.Hope that helps!
I'll preface this with the fact that we are in the early stages of
adopting Adobe Analytics and I'm not an IT person, so bear with me. I am
needing some advice on the best practice for building segments where its
use is varied.Context:Building a segment using multiple keywords within
a Page URL to be used in a workspace project.ChallengeThe challenge I
have is that we want to see visitor-level to have the conversion info,
with other metrics we would want to limit it to data within a particular