Thanks, but I don't want to just limit to hits. I want to filter for
only specific hits, and then filter those results with a visitor scope.
For example, I want to filter hits to only those with a purchase of X
product, then filter those hits to visitors who have spent Y amount on
that product. I think this goes back to the need for a Product scoped
segment that I asked about in another post.
Description - Be able to “Favorite” a Workspace that has been opened
only via a shared link and not shared directly with the user. The
Workspace should then show in the Workspace Favorites list and not have
to be accessed only via link.Why is this feature important to you - In
my org admins are the only users who can share Workspace projects to
user groups or product profiles. Most users end up sharing a link to
their Workspace with others, instead of the 'Share project'
functionality. Users wou...
Because I want to use this with the Products variable per visitor. For
example, I want to segment by visitors who have spent $x on a specific
product over a period of time. When I make the inner container a Visitor
that appears to take precedence over the outer Hit container since it's
the broadest scope.
Segments filter by the outer container, then the inner container.
According to the documentation it's not possible to have a Visitor
container within a Hit container, but I wanted to check if maybe there
was an alternate method for that. Basically I want to first filter a
data set for only specific hits, then I want to filter only those hits
for a visitor level criteria. Possible/not possible?
Hello, Looking to find out if it's possible to create a segment to
filter by VISITORS who spent $XX amount on a specific PRODUCT, not
necessarily all in the same hit or visit. Right now I have a segment
that gets me VISITORS who spent $XX amount, but I can't seem to get it
to filtered to having spent that specific amount on a specific product
across the date range for a visitor. I tried to build something clever
with calculated metrics, but I believe that would only evaluate
correctly if I had V...