Your explanation didn't mention "Pages." I think the main advantage of
participation metrics is that you can use them in a Pages Report and get
a full credit count when using a participation success metric.
In the Target Standard Reports, adding these requests for enhancement.4.
Add a way to see the raw, daily data in a table. I'd like to be able to
see daily Visitors, raw numbers for daily success metrics, and daily
conversion rate in a table. (Can currently do this in Target Classic.)5.
Be able to graph the daily visitors and/or the daily number of success
metrics, not just the conversion rate. (Can currently do this in Target
I just tried out Target Standard. Here 3 enhancement requests to
consider:1. Show the metrics names on the Reports tab. If I have
multiple metrics, I can't see which one is selected on the Reports tab
because no metrics name shows up.2. Allow all metrics to show up in the
table on the reports view, like the "success metrics" report in Target
Classic.3. Allow more characters in the campaign name in Target
Standard. Our team has developed a naming convention and I couldn't
quite follow our naming ...
Yes, I would like to have the Products variable available in the
processing rules interface. For example, I'd like to copy Products to an
evar to be able to tie in events (that happen on subsequent pages) to
the Products variable.
For the scenario where I run a report in Site Catalyst using a segment,
and then run another report, I'd like the segment to hold, still be
there, keep it as is. Desired behavior: When running another report,
keep the segment there, as is.Current behavior: When running another
report, the segment goes away and defaults back to "All Visits (no
Please change the default view for trended graphs from "show
percentages" to "show numbers." I work with new SiteCatalyst users and
upon their first login, the trended graphs always default to show
percentages. I think show numbers would be the better default.
Please change all graphs to default to "show numbers" rather than "show
percentages." I think this request is broader than just participation
metrics. Please apply this change to the default setting for all trended
I agree, I want to be able to add metrics (CUSTOM EVENTS) to the
"referrer type" report. I'd also add the suggestion that "search
engines" should be broken into two buckets: paid search and natural
When running a report for a time range that is *before* the selected
report suite was created, the report will keep defaulting to the current
month. I'd like to suggest that a message be displayed, informing the
user that the report suite was not yet created for the time range
selected. If possible, perhaps the message could note when the report
suite was created. Consider adding an error message that says something
like, "you cannot run your report for this time range because the report
As it is now, when I look at the report suite pulldown menu in SC15,
most of the report suites showing in the default display are ones I
never use. I would like to suggest that the system "remember" which
report suites I commonly use and display those report suites in the
default view. We have about 100 report suites, but I tend to use about 8
of them. It would be very nice if the report suites I commonly use were
always showing in the default view under the Report Suite pulldown. I've
To make it easier to rename variables across report suites, please add
the ability to search on event names and prop names in the Advanced
Search under Admin > Report Suites. Currently, it's possible to search
on Evar Name. I'm not sure why Event Name and Prop Name aren't there,
but that's why I'm submitting this idea. See attached image of the
current version of Advanced Search under Admin > Report Suites.
When running a Site Section report, I'd like to be able to click on a
Site Section and go to Paths. When I run a Pages report, I can do this,
but not in the Site Section report. Please add this shortcut ability in
the Site Content > Site Sections report.