A little while back, the vertical scrollbar on this page disappeared.
While you can use a scroll wheel on a mouse I've been told, some of use
laptops which do not have that feature. There is no easy way to go
through the list of reports as there is no scroll bar and the page
up/down don't work either. The only option is to use arrow keys which
are slow or go to the workspace manager every time.
Personally, probably a handful. So not a ton, but I kind of get annoyed
having to back-track through that calendar each time (esp when the
arrows move around due to what I mentioned above) and figured others may
I'd like to add another option to the Frequency menu that is called
"one-time". This would deliver the report on the "starting on" date
above and that's it. Right now to do this, you have to redo the Ending
On date and scroll back upwards of a year. My main use case is sending a
report at the end of a campaign where I want the "final" report to be
delivered, but don't want to be sending it during the time in between.
Related, one annoyance is when I have to scroll back through the year on
Yes, kind of true, but not ideal as you have to duplicate all of your
segments (and hope people update dates on all panels if they change
dates). Because of that and just the spacing, it's much clunkier to use
Panels (you'll have the Panel name, segment bar, extra space, etc).No
big deal, just could be a little cleaner look which is why I had
Hadn't thought about #1, but would definitely use from time to time if
available.My primary use case for #2 is being able to order pages or
segments in a funnel type of report. I want to be able to order/lock in
1) Probably something like "compact mode"2) Would depend on the answer
to #5.3) I'd use 2 or 3 if I needed a more compact mode. I'd stick with
the current UI most of the time probably. 1 just seems too jammed up.4)
I don't see the need to provide more than provided above. My guess is
I'd probably find one I felt worked best and use most of the time, but
that may not be what others choose, so having a couple options might be
good.5) I had initially been thinking about the tables only, not the
When you add or edit the classification field in the admin, it gives you
this modal. In addition to the name, there is a description field.
However, that isn't pulled into Workspace. It does, however, pull into
the old Reports pages at the top of the report.
New feature is nice, but here's an improvement.If you select more than 2
metrics and does the "create metric from selection", make the options
just to Add or open in Metric Builder (could maybe make a case for
multiply -- divide and subtract don't seem to make sense). Right now, it
just takes the first 2 metrics you have highlighted and ignores the
I hadn't even noticed the change, so guess that says something. The info
is available in the information balloon if you really need to know. We
also use the (vXX/cXX) labeling convention on our variables, so the
change doesn't have much impact one way or another for us.
Rather than solely being lat/long or IP based, I'd like to be able to
point at an eVar, classification or custom attribute that contains a ZIP
code (I can see how city/state would be problematic because of
formatting). This would be good for mapping known customers or tools
like a store locator.
It would be nice to have a toggle where it would show each columns value
(# of visits/visitors/hits) above the column. This would be particular
useful for PDFs when you aren't interacting with it. Histograms can
often be skewed, so the Y-Axis isn't always very helpful.
With the latest release, you can no longer highlight just items in the
dimension column of a freeform table. It will always highlight the
entire row (you can, however, highlight just the metric columns). This
is really problematic when trying to copy things like page names or