@Blaine_Nilsson - YES!!! I am HIGHLY interested in this functionality.
In fact, if you made it possible for the user to do just WITHIN the
Workspace Report, I believe you would then be able to open this up a bit
more than just restricting it to Admins.For example, I'm in a report
where all of my values all start
with:category_categoryX_productName_itemIndexI would love to immediately
create the Classification that ignores the first two values, and then
displays my data by productName and broken ...
@cwjg- Thanks for the clarification. With this in mind, I would
recommend that you review your redirect script going from abc.com to
store.abc.com. We had to ask our developers to persist the campaign ID
from one URL to the other when the user crossed to the other site. I
also recommend reviewing Adobe's documentation for cross-domain
tracking. Hope that helps!
@Smukherjee- I need to get some clarification. Are you saying your root
domain is different on your eCommerce site? ExampleHome Site:
www.domain1.com (this would be your home site)Ecommerce Site:
www.domain2.com Or is is the ecommerce site a subdomain like
ecommerce.domain.com? What I'm trying to understand is, where are your
users "landing" upon interacting with the campaign tracking code?
@Smukherjee - Your suspicion may be correct if you have any kind of
redirects handling the transition from one site to another. We had
similar issues a long time ago when we were taking our users from our
base domain over to the ecommerce site. If the domain is different, that
will also cause you problems, because of third-party cookie issues. Does
any of this sound like what's happening on your end?
@jen_lasser - Understood, but this is becoming more of an issue for me
recently, to the point that I'm likely going to have to start inserting
hyperlinks in my text descriptions to take people out to supplemental
documentation. Definitely not my first preference, but it looks like I
really don't have another option. Definitely hoping this doesn't take
super long to solve. It's really too bad you can't leverage the
technology being used right here in Experience League. Thanks again!
@jen_lasser I know you've been busy, but after the most recent "New
Features" presentation you did, I was really disappointed we haven't
moved forward with this one yet. Is there any update you can give us
that lets us know where you are on the "investigating/implementing"
roadmap?Thanks in advance, and hope you and your family are staying safe
Good Morning, Adobe Product Team/@jen_lasser! Currently, in Adobe
Analytics Workspace, if I want to "hide" any section within living
report, the best I can do is simply minimize said panel and move it to
the bottom of the page, but that does not necessarily accomplish what I
would like to do.Oftentimes, I am working ahead on sections that I may
want to include in the report as a future section, OR I have a section
that I swap in and out, depending on specific elements being reported
for that dat...
If I had that option, I'd use it, but I have to open a Citrix box just
to use Firefox, which creates a huge lag in and of itself. Incognito
adds just a LITTLE bit of a performance lift, but not much. I haven't
changed much in the amount of content over the past year, so it's
definitely the tool somehow.
Yes, but there is one caveat to remember: Two marketing channels may
never receive credit for the same event (such as purchases or clicks).
In this way, marketing channels differ from eVars (where two eVars might
receive credit for the same event). Also, unless set differently, eVars
typically expire after a session, whereas Marketing Channels have a
rolling 30-Day expiration.
@evolytics_brian, I should note that @marc_richard with your group is
responsible for aiding me in my understanding and also helping our
company with setting up the majority of our Marketing Channel Processing
Rules. In fact, @yuhui-bc, I highly recommend Evolytics when it comes to
understanding Marketing Channels or Campaign Tracking if you're ever in
need of a good consulting company.Anyway, yes, this is spot-on. The
other important thing to note about Marketing Channel processing rules
@SivaprasadGunji, I particularly like this approach, because it provides
weight to the items users are interested in viewing. First of all, Adobe
Analytics is not the first or even the best tool for capturing
impressions. Just getting an impression of ALL products that are
disabled with "add to cart" on any given screen may or may not give you
an accurate picture, plus, you're going to start capturing a lot of data
that may not even mean as much as you would hope. Just like an internal
I am going to invoke a couple of names like Tim Wilson and Brent Dykes
when submitting this idea, because Adobe Analytics Workspace is
currently very limited in its capabilities for us to do what these two
visionaries have recommended we do in order to provide BETTER metrics to
our audience. Adobe, YOU are supposed to be the leader in Digital
Metrics, and so I implore you in giving us the tools to give us the
means to better tweak the metrics we are trying to present to our data
consumers. We ar...
Agreed. Incognito mode is probably going to be your best bet, but I've
also found that Macs seem to have more problems (anecdotally) sometimes
than PCs. This is what I have seen via colleagues in the business
environment. However, I've noticed that when I'm encountering issues,
the best thing to do is to try incognito mode first. I did eventually
clear out all of my cookies in Chrome and use a WIRED connection, and
then that seemed to help me get my situation fixed at the time.
Fortunately for m...
I don't know if anyone else has observed this within the past four to
six weeks, but I really feel that whatever "improvements" Adobe promised
would "speed up" Adobe Analytics Workspace have actually significantly
slowed it down its performance.It's not like the data sets I work with
have suddenly become that much larger. We're still working with the same
data we've been using for quite some time.A good example is copying a
filter right next to itself. Right-click a Segment (filter) while
Gigazelle!!Long time no see! So glad to be hearing from you. I wish that
was a LOVE button instead of a LIKE above. This is all good news to me.
I'm sorry if what I said above sounded like complaining, but I just tend
to be super candid about how I feel about things. I guess you could say
I'm very passionate. Anyway, I'm very glad, and I like the documentation
git. Works much like a Wiki, so I will definitely take a look, now that
I'm aware that it's out there and let other colleagues know it
I was really hoping that when you moved to a more updated version of
online Help Documentation, there would be some level of improvement. I
was unfortunately mistaken and very much disappointed with the outcome.
I ended up saving ONE link that I use on a regular basis to share with
users, because the definitions are extremely helpful, and today - IT
DIED. In fact, a whole bunch of them
Interestingly enough, I tried this, and I get the following error every
time: A valid definition is required. And I am using a Merchandising
variable as my secondary HIT variable. Things must have changed in 5
Call me crazy, tell me I'm experiencing the Mandela Effect, but I could
SWEAR before you went and implemented the Report Suites at the PANEL
level that I could copy a Visualization on a project, go to an open
project in the same suite on another tab of my open browser, right-click
a visualization and then select Insert Copied Visualization. In fact, I
have to have done this enough times that this can't be a false memory.
Otherwise, WHY WOULD I TRY IT?? This is really frustrating, and it's
Now that you've made it possible to have panels individually created at
the Report Suite level, I would submit to you that it would be highly
advantageous to also be able to add a Segment at the COMPONENT level
instead of having to insert into the table itself. Just like we're able
to drag a segment into a Panel, we should be able to drag segments into
Components, too.This gives us the ability to have control over
INDIVIDUAL component data and not have to keep building separate panels
The simple answer is not so simple. Remember that Marketing Channels are
entirely based on the RULES you create, so until you sit down and
establish the rules you decide you want to control your Marketing
Channels, your revenue coming through them could be entirely misleading
at best. Then, you'll want to understand first touch, last touch, etc.
Next, with Tracking Codes, you need to determine how long they are
living before they expire, which will help you understand how they are
That's what I was talking about when I mentioned the crossover. You're
not seeing a UNIQUE representation of your visit numbers across your
content type, which is why I don't recommend the Grand Totals on these
kinds of displays. They just create more confusion. igorm75245240 is
100% correct in his illustration and took it further than I did in my
explanation, but you can see why this gets so confusing so quickly.
Deduplication is the key here, and it is why, more often than not, why
you will ne...
Something that's always annoyed me is when I'm searching for available
components. I do not particularly care for the fact that it does not
arrange items in alphabetical order. I understand there are reasons for
providing last used components, but the problem is you don't provide us
ANY options to sort the results. We don't have the ability to have
favorites or even a pallet we might place our most recently created
segments on, etc. These would be amazing time savers when we're working
with the ...
OK, so I would SWEAR, I just answered this, but I don't see my reply. So
if you get this twice, I will apologize now.Here's what I tried to say
the first time. Think about what what you're dealing with first of all.
When you're talking about Visits, you're talking about a fundamental
metric.Essentially, in the retail world, I've just walked in and out of
your store. So what? Big deal! Nothing happened. I can visit a store all
day and do absolutely nothing. That's boring.Let's talk about CONVERSI...
This is one of those types of metrics where I tell the analyst to REMOVE
the totals, because you should not be using them here.First think about
a Visit anyway. How useful is a VISIT in the grand scheme of your
metrics? A person walks in and out of your store... OK, next!What you
REALLY need to be thinking about is CONVERSION events. Visits are your
launchpad, but don't get wrapped around the axle on visits. You've got
crossover happening on your visits from one type to the next, which is
YOU'RE NOT KIDDING! You make the square smaller, and the number gets so
tiny, it's a FREAKIN' JOKE!I had to restrain myself to stay away from
the expletives. They don't do that so well here at the office.
Something I do NOT like to be is a complainer, but I really don't know
how to put this any other way, Adobe, and it REALLY makes me sound like
I'm complaining. 😫 I REALLY HATE THAT!!! So then, how is it when I have
a very neat and clean section containing all text, that a completely
FUNCTIONLESS SCROLL BAR(???) still appears even though there's NOTHING
TO SCROLL!! GRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!! That means I have to make the text area
LARGER than it needs to be, JUST to get rid of it. That's just WRONG and
@bgeorge_adobe - Two pieces of feedback:At this moment in time, it
appears marking a component as a "favorite" has no effect in the
functionality as of yet, other than giving the user the capability to
filter on Favorite segments on the actual Segment Manager page - not
really what I was looking for. Sorry to be a spoiled sport, but I was
hoping to see something that worked for me within Workspace, which I
assume you're using this as a first step toward doing just that, so I'm
doing my best to b...
Good to know and thanks for the feedback. I also believe I figured out
the answer to my question via some feedback I received from another
colleague. I think I'm good to go, and your answer has pointed me in the
right direction. If anyone has any questions based on the feedback
provided here or otherwise, please message me or post a follow-up.
The screenshot below is for a Workspace dashboard that is a
FAVORITE:Really?? You could have fooled me! When I deselect it, the star
becomes even less gray, and it's just harder to see. Why isn't it
YELLOW, or something that immediately tells me, "YES!" this is a
favorite Workspace project?Why do I feel like I have to continue to
remind a MULTIMEDIA & VISUAL ARTS organization about AESTHETICS like
this? I swear I'm not trying to be a sarcastic jerk, but this feels like
graphical user interfaces ...