Hi. One other thing which might be worth a try is to create a bookmark
based off of the Data Extract report. Share the bookmark out publicly so
the other use can load and then edit it. This, however, might only work
from the create workflow, and not the edit workflow. Best of Luck! Brian
Great information on cohorts Tsabin1. Analytics Community user
matias-cp-dk has asked the following about cohorts: Are there any plans
of supporting unbounded retention in Cohorts like it's possible in
Today we only have n-day/week/month retention and that's really not the
best way of measuring retention on the product I'm currently working on.
Wonderful Tsabin1!, following up on GusRubio's last question on cohorts,
what are your thoughts on: I have been using the cohort analysis to
understand the user's journey in our app.I want to know how many users
visit a specific screen in our app (ie: paywall) after a specific
period. I select the user who open the app for first time (Segment:
First Time Visit) in Month "x" and the time period "Last full 6
months".Then, select for Inclusion and Return criteria, metric=Visits
and in the Dimension...
Wonderful! I did notice 32 - 35 show up for report suites that don't
have a custom calendar. I put in a request to see if we can only show up
to 35 for report suites with custom calendars. No promises...
The default limit is 4 active data feeds at a time. If there are already
4 active feeds, any new feed request go into the 'Approval Pending'
status until they can manually be approved. If approve does not come
within a few weeks, feel free to reach out to Customer Care, who is able
to activate it/them for you.
Have you already been using Attribution IQ? That might be the closest
you'll get at the moment. This doc:
has a section that reads: When using Target activity impressions and
conversions in Analysis Workspace, apply the “Same Touch” Attribution IQ
model to the metrics to ensure accurate counting. To apply a non-default
attribution model, right-click on the metric to modify Column Settings...
Hi! The best way I know to do this is to follow the way Workspace does
it (since workspace uses the same 2.0 APIs). The following document
talks about how to grab the JSON from Workspace to use in your own
(custom) API 2.0 requests:
When you follow these steps you see that Workspace is making a call for
each breakdown: Notice the first item is for just the report with the
months (no break down). Then when I do a brea...
Based on the details provided, a common root cause is a redirect. When
this happens the original referrer is often dropped, resulting in an
internal or blank referrer (direct). Have any tests been run to look at
the image request of the landing page? Check the referrer information.
Hi, I was reviewing some older posts/questions. I assume you have
already found the answer that the "splitting up" and persistence of list
var values will come after any edits made via processing rules.