Boris,If I understand your question correctly, the segment will be
respected across all your metrics. The result will be the count of
Unique Visitors who at some point clicked though your email in question.
Hi Nilesh, welcome!What exactly do you mean by channel? Do you mean
channel as in marketing channel reports (Channel Overview, First Touch
Channel, Last Touch Channel)? or do you mean channel as in the s.channel
variable the populate the Site Section report?
I don't know enough about the API call to describe how to know, or
change, if you are counting repeat instances. But in Ad Hoc you can
access it from the bottom of the screen (Count Repeat Instance: Yes/No)
or from the global settings (Tools > Settings). The first option is a
checkbox to count repeat instances.If you aren't including repeat
instances in Ad Hoc, run everything again including repeat instances. If
the API call and Ad Hoc match at that point then you know that was the
Ali,Do you have marketing channels for ReportSuites A and B defined as
traffic referred from pages within the other property?Check your Visit
Number = 1 entry pages for ReportSuiteC (without your PropertyA Segment)
with 1st touch channel Social. If the entry pages are PropertyA pages,
then yes, something may be odd, but if those entry pages are PropertyB
pages then you've discovered that your initial contact with a visitor
through social is bypassing your landing pages.
Hi Adrian,To answer your first question, when you break the page down by
month you are asking for server calls where month and page exist
simultaneously, since you using page, every server call counted will be
a page view. Remember that bounce is a visit with only 1 server call
(and in this case that server call is a page view containing both
January AND Page1 in order to be reported). Single Access is counting
the number of visits in which Page1 AND January exist in a only one
server call, whic...
I often find myself using processing rules to fix occasions of where DTM
Rules fails, or to make a change faster than I can edit/create rules in
DTM. In that light, a connection between the two, event if it's just a
library in DTM that I can use to look up Processing Rules.
I like this idea, wish I had thought of it. I often find myself
exporting every, or most reports within a workspace, a batch report,
especially into a single file with multiple tabs, would be a time saver.
I like the idea of categorization. I just found a use case. We have
something (I suspect a processing rule) that is altering data I see in
the debugger, I haven't found the rule yet because I can't just search
my rules for the variables affected (granted the new Conditional Actions
- if executed properly can help solve this - but honestly, how many of
us actually execute properly - and one off special cases may still
require their own ad hoc rule). Going back and categorizing rules would
My drop down is rarely in alphabetical order and doesn't seem like it's
in order of creation either, it always seemed to me to be close to (but
never exactly) in order of which report suite was used most recently.
I haven't had to contact ClientCare in a few weeks but I had noticed
chat times getting longer than normal. I am fielding a questions from
one of my other supported users asking when he could expect to hear back
about a ticket submitted last week that is a high priority for us.
Currently, the only way to copy a processing rule between report suites
is to copy all the processing rules. I don't want to do that. I want to
just copy one or two processing rules. Please let me select either all,
or distinct, processing rules to copy.
I NEED to be able to build segments that don't require discreetly
defined variable values, but can be based on var1=var2. Any easy example
would be this:[Visit bucket [entry pagename]=[exit pagename] AND [path
length] >1 Another, more difficult example: Show me all eVar1 values
that have both mobile phone and tablet instances.