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Re: Filtering Unique Visitors based on eVar value across...
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austi003
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That was what I was wondering, just not the way I would expect it to work. Put another way, AA is basically saying give me all of the Unique User ID's that qualify, and then count them for each day they visited even if that day wasn't the zero product day. That is the only explanation I could come up with as to how that number grows, because a user did not see zero shifts that day but did visit that day and saw zero shifts on a prior day included in my date range.

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Re: Filtering Unique Visitors based on eVar value across different time ranges
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1) Expires after Hit2) Defined as: Include Hit # of shifts available [v8] = 0ANDExclude (Hit # of shifts available [v8] NOT Equal to 0 AND # of Shifts Available [v8] Exists)

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Filtering Unique Visitors based on eVar value across different time ranges
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Hi All, I have an eVar that is set when a user sees product. If no product is available, it will show zero and if product is available, it will show the number of products as the value for the eVar. This eVar is set only on visiting the product page.When pulling data from the Workspace UI, if I select a single day I will see one value (21,115 for Sep 23rd in the screenshot below) but if I select a date range and then breakdown by day, that day shows a larger total (now 23,734 for Sep 23rd). How ...

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