This is one of the biggest gripes for me at the moment when reviewing an
old DTM implementation. Trying to clean up data element that are no
longer in use is very time consuming when you dont know where it is
being used as each rule would need to be checked. It would also be
useful when edits to a direct call rule are being made to check that no
adverse impact was casued as a result of the edit.
Currently, screen size data is pre-determined by the device's user agent
to populate mobile reports, and as such it's currently impossible to
obtain screen resolution without additional implementation as this help
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means that all iPhone screen sizes are reported as 320x480As such, the
accuracy of this report is largely brought into question, especially
when Apple mobile products contribute to such a larg...
Totally agree that visits should be included under this report as well
as Unique Visitors to the page in question for the selected time frame.
% of total visits should also be displayed. In addition, it should also
include the following metrics represented as a percentage as well to
save time in having to calculate this manually or by going to another
report.* Visits where this was an Entry Page* Visits where this was an
Exit Page* Visits where this page is a Single Page Visit
I agree that this report should have the option to change between most
recent, linear and Values set on the same page view Metric Allocations.
If not, I would recommend that the allocation metric is clearly stated
on all reports so that users don't miss interpret the data.
When saving reports from both Adobe Analytics and more importantly,
Adobe Ad-Hoc Analytics would love to see that any date/time dimention on
a report is formatted correctly on the Excel Spreadsheet to allow for
easily sorting/ordering etc. For example, when running a Ad-Hoc report
broken down by various months over a long time period, I want to be able
to display this in date order (Which isn't possible in Ad-hoc to sort by
the dimention at present). As these aren't date formatted for Excel, I