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Anyone else finding the new Marketing Cloud Analytics side navigation a pain??
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- Adobe Analytics
It takes quite a bit more time to navigate the Analytics site now that you have to click into each section, rather than just the click to reveal options. I don't like it and I personally feel that was a poor UX move. Please change it back! For example, if I want to "quickly" view one of my Custom Traffic variables, I now have 3 click, and wait, to get to it before I can even see data, where as before I could just click that area and had hover menus to quickly navigate through my variables.Pain!

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Sorting on a Custom Traffic Variable Column
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I have a Traffic Variable (or prop, or Custom Traffic) I've labeled "Response time in secs". When I view this item (via Custom Traffic > Custom Traffic 1-10 > Response time in secs), I have 3 columns and all but the column I'd like to sort is not an option (no hyperlink to envoke the sort logic). Any other way I can make a view that show the variable in decending order. My end goal is to add this to the Dashboard so we can keep track of the high page response times. Thanks, ~~~Robert

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