Thanks - I tried that and see now, and that definitely wasn't obvious.
But it's not exactly what I'm looking for. For one, it doesn't support
ctrl-select to narrow in on a single row. But more importantly, it keeps
the dimension heading selected, which means there's still "junk" to
delete when I'm just trying to select a single value.I realize this
conflicts somewhat with overlapping functionality: selecting rows for
focusing visualizations, and quickly selecting rows by their dimensional
When I'm running a report in Analysis Workspace (dimensions as rows and
metrics as columns), is it possible to copy ONLY the dimension of a
table, and not the entire row? It seems I can select individual metric
values, but not individual dimension values.I'm constantly having to
delete the tab and metric values when pasting into other contexts. For
example:Copying URLs into the browser's address bar - I always end up
pulling the trigger before "cleaning up" my paste and generating 404s
When utilizing freeform tables in Analysis Workspace, it's very easy to
accidentally drag a dimension like "Day" into the column space when I
meant to drag it in as a row. Depending on the setup, this can create
many, many dynamic columns, to the point where data is no longer
visible, Adobe slows while retrieving a large matrix of data, and Chrome
slows to a grinding halt attempting to render everything. The only
option at that point is to destroy the entire table and start over,
since you can't...
My company has tens of thousands of products, and millions of articles.
Here's a pretty common request:I've attached a list of 100 products with
their IDs. We think we can bundle them into a new sellable thing. Can
you tell me how many unique visitors looked at them?I've attached a list
of 1,000 article IDs affected by this issue. Can you tell me how many
visits they had?My workflow varies:If I need user/visit deduplication as
in the above questions:Go into Ad Hoc Analysis (or Workspace), create...
My company is moving all users to federated ID so we can use our
enterprise login for all Adobe services. This is great and makes things
much more secure.I've noticed that for most Adobe products, I get the
choice to log in with my Adobe ID or my Enterprise ID. However, when I
click to the forums, I don't get that option. If I am logged in as an
enterprise user I'm actually forced to log out and log back in with my
Adobe ID. It makes switching between the product and the forums onerous,
so that ...
Your vendor probably meant that colons aren't great to use in URLs
because they are part of RFC 3986's reserved characters, since colon has
a special meaning in the URL. Technically, since colon has no special
meaning as part of the URL query string, they don't need to be
URL-encoded. However, Firefox is strict, and URL-encodes it anyway when
typed /pasted into the address bar.What's more, if your marketer is
building and testing the URL in Firefox, and copies it from the address
bar, it will pr...
Agreed! I have run into this a few times where I don't remember the
exact name of the dimension so I'll write, e.g. "ID" or "Title" only to
add another qualifying name and not find it. It would also be great to
be able to filter results post-hoc. For example, I may realize after
starting to type that I am interested only in dimensions, not segments
or metrics, but in order to filter to just dimensions I have to delete
my keyword, click "Dimensions" and then search again.
Bret, We run into similar issues here - lots of researchers mining our
content. I like your idea of IP address classifications, but we get
enough traffic that many (61%) of our IP addresses show up as (Low
Traffic). Regarding your question of reporting on bot traffic: I don't
want to pay for these requests. It's interesting, but not worth the
add-on to our contract. We have apache logs and Kibana or Splunk do what
we need to do. A game-changer for me would be if we could extend bot
rules to incl...