Simply create a workspace project with the desired filters for page
id's. Once done with the desired result, capture the JSON from workspace
and use it in the APIs.Here is a video demonstrating the method of
accessing the JSON for workspace:
@mdep Hoping this should solve the problem without creating any
additional metrics. Where the Bars are showing the maximum visits in a
particular hour from Jan-Feb in this case. Make sure to update the Date
range or feel free to use the Rolling date range.
I have recently published a blog for YouTube video tracking
hope this could solve the issue.Thanks
I don't think it's possible to get more eVars but it would be worth
connecting with your Adobe Account manager and discussing the max eVar
When was the last time you were able to run this report successfully?
Was is before the last Mr on Jan 16th? Have you checked in the UI if you
still have access to the Calculated metrics? Also check if there is any
segments being used inside the metric and you also have access to that
It depends how the search keyword was passed on by the search engine.
Search engines could use different ways to pass on the keywords info in
the URL and its the tracking is not always 100% accurate to capture the
keywords In the cases where default keywords i.e. Query parameter
q=Search Keyword is replaced by h=Search Keyword, might not be captured
by the Analytics tools. It totally depends how the keyword was passed in
the query string by the search engine. May be someone else can give more