At present we are not storing the creation date for new logins within a
SiteCatalyst account. I can add this functionality but obviously it
won't help you with your exiting users. If implemented what would you
like to see as the creation date for users prior to the change? "N/A"The
date the change goes to production"Prior to "Random date
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Can you clarify the request? Are you suggesting that on a Pages report
the page name would be clickable and include an option to view a
screenshot of that page alongside the other options that exist?
One of our engineers in San Diego contributed an Excel client plugin
that interacts with the SiteCatalyst Admin API. It could be used to
manage large numbers of users.
i've started implementing this idea and would love to get some feedback.
Right now the page just shows the active Discover sessions for your
company. I plan to add functionality that will allow an administrator to
"boot" users. Is there anything else you'd like to see here?
This would be easy to implement if you were editing calculated metrics
for a single report suite. The problem comes when editing multiple
report suites where the event names are different. How would you expect
the UI to handle this? We could certainly fix this when editing a single
report suite but I'd love to hear some ideas as to how we could handle
this with multiple report suites. Jon
Norm, I actually coded it such that the admin can stay logged in to
his/her current session and work as the other user in another
tab/window. I thought this would be a better experience for the admin. A
few other things: If you are impersonating another user, the usage and
access logs will reflect this. That way you have an audit trail to
follow when changes are made to the system. Also, I don't allow an admin
to impersonate another admin because you could gain elevated privileges
in this manner...
I've got this working in our dev environment. The user section of the
admin console now gives you the option to "Impersonate" another user.
Clicking this link will open a new window (or tab) and log you in as
that user. I welcome any feedback or suggestions.
What do you think about something like this? What other features would
you like to see here? * Additional options to filter recipient list*
Support for HTML markup in email body* Preview or Send Test option I
have this working in our dev environment. Would appreciate some
Others have suggested this trick, but until we are able to change the
Variables or Conversion Variables page type this into the location bar:
false); You can also create a bookmarklet and keep it on your bookmark
toolbar for quick access.