I found a workaround for this which works well if the permuttaion count
of your dimension is <= 400:- Show all dimension values in a freeform
table- Select all of them- Right-click and "show only selected columns"
-> Voilà, you can now sort by them. Dangerous though if new metrics
would come in, since they wouldn't be shown.
Whenever an eVar contains a numerical value, I painfully realize that I
can not use "is greater than" or "is less than" on its value to create a
segment. This is often very hindering. Any chance to get this allowed?
I find it super annoying that text in individual workspace cells is not
selectable or copyable. This is especially bad when the cells contain
GUIDs or other long things.To solve this, I made a little Bookmarklet to
Every single day at least once I badly miss "Stacked Area 100%" as chart
type. Every single time I have to fire up Excel to make one. I wish that
Workspace would have it.Donuts are great, but they don't show
development over time. Stacked Areas are great, but ratio changes are
hard to read due to the altering amplitude. Can we please please get
In legacy Reports, I can filter very powerful, including "starts with",
"contains one of", "advanced" etc.In Workspace, the same feature only
offers "contains" and "does not contain".I wish that I'd have the full
flexibility in Workspaces as well.
The "Devices" Report, probably based on data from DeviceAtlas.com is not
really useful, since it contains the device identifier in the Name
string and thus does not group equivalent devices. There are e.g. dozens
(hundreds?) of "Galaxy S7" devices which are all the same, but have
slightly differing names. Utilisation of more inclusive DeviceAtlas
tables would be beneficial here. Today, we don't know our most common
Android devices -- especially since the Devices Report can not be