Creating a segment that uses "starts with" rather than "equals" and
having approximately 100 rules to set up this way on different
dimensions, I'm really wishing I could change all of the "equals" at
In your implementation, do you:Use generic success events and create
calculated metrics for specific conversions using an eVar? (e.g. 1 eVar
tied to 1 form fill completion event and utilize calculated metrics to
get total events by form version)Create a unique success event per set
variable? (e.g. 1 eVar tied to multiple form completion events, one for
each version of the form)A mix of both?What are the advantages and
disadvantages you find in the method you use? I know for example we have
In each classification table, there are 2 groups of unclassified data.
One group is activity with no variable set and the other is activity on
a set variable that hasn't been classified. As an example, direct
traffic without s.Campaign variable and campaign traffic with an
s.Campaign variable that has not been defined by processing rules or a
SAINT upload yet. In fully processed data, these can be distinguished by
adding classifications to the null (or ~none~) variable. For example,
set the clas...
Yes - probably my biggest visualization peeve is that I can't set the
colors by dimension so the same dimension will be represented by a
different color in each chart. This is a terrible user experience.
I have classified the null values for the s.campaign variable with
"Direct Traffic" in one of my classification fields. This works
flawlessly in Analysis Workspace as well as data feeds, but it does not
seem to work with Data Warehouse exports. All unclassified and direct
traffic gets grouped together in exports if I try to use the
classification to breakdown some other variable. My "Direct Traffic"
classification doesn't show up.Is this expected, does Data Warehouse
somehow read this classifica...
I was very excited about this feature, but I think it does not provide
any value as is. There's never a scenario where I only need to breakdown
the top 5 items, so I am stuck in the old method of manually breaking
down each second level line item by the 3rd variable for anything beyond
5 items. It would be great if this could be increased to up to 25 at
least. Ideally the breakdowns would be applied to the full table
(including new values after it is built!) This may be a separate issue,
You can use the Data Sources functionality to import budget totals into
an event metric. It requires a date and key value so you will need to
allocate the budget across each day of the month. It's a bit finicky,
but I've been using it for offline spend and channels data for a couple
years and it's great.