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‎10-12-2019
fixepah
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Re: DTM passing Data Element names into reporting
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- Dynamic Tag Management
Anyone with an idea on how to fix?

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DTM passing Data Element names into reporting
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fixepah
- Dynamic Tag Management
Hello,I have create numerous data elements based on JS objects on our pages. When these objects are set with the value "null", DTM passed in the Data Element name into SiteCatalyst. How do I stop this? If the value is "null", I'd like DTM to not do anything with that object. But there is no easy "condition" setup to use. I am no developer so I can't create a custom script to do it. That's what DTM is for. 🙂 Any help is appreciated.Thanks

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Re: Setting pagename to path in DTM
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I'm not sure I'm doing this right, but when I put that code into the console, I get a syntax error:[img]Console error for DTM.png[/img]

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Setting pagename to path in DTM
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I've got the following code to assign the path value to a data element:if(location.pathname){ return location.pathname;}else return '';Is this correct if I want to have the URL path as the pagename value in the Pages report? The reason I ask is I am seeing full URLs as Page values in the reporting.Thanks!

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Re: The new slide menu is AWFUL! Is there any way to use the old flyout menu instead?
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Benjamin Gaines wrote... Yes, we had a lengthy and highly successful beta test. Testers reported that the change was a bit disorienting at first, but that once they grew accustomed to the new navigation it was not a barrier to usage, especially with the improved searchability on the left nav. I sincerely feel the pain of users who are struggling to get accustomed to the new navigation. All I can say is that we are working toward additional improvements to how you access and share data that will ...

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Re: Transfer reports (or Workspaces) into other projects
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I can't believe this isn't getting more love/attention!!

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Better Data Feed column documentation
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Within the current data feed documentation, there is some good information about the columns and what data they contain. But there are more columns with ambiguous or less-than-helpful definitions/examples. It would be great if each column description included scenarios on how the data should be interpreted, and even how to utilize it. Perhaps allow the documentation to be edited, similar to a "wiki" format. All Adobe users would be able to comment on each column. Crowdsource the info. I do not b...

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Re: Ability to Sort Metric Reports in Reverse Order
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Where is the progress on this?  Seems like a no-brainer.

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The ability to segment by unique values in a variable
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I would love to create a segment where I could identify users who viewed more than X number of unique values in a given variable. For example, I would like to see the number of visits that view more than 2 products. If I use prod views, that could work, but what if I viewed the same product twice? If I could say : Products Unique Values >= 2 Then it would return only those who set two or more unique products in the product string.

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Highlight to keep or remove line items in Discover reports
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It would be great if I could highlight line items within a report and then select to either keep or remove those selected items. It would make the process much easier than trying to filter the report. It could function like Tableau does. I love being able to highlight the line items I'm interested in and getting rid of the "noise"...

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