This function has existed for years....In Analytics go to Admin >
Company Settings.Under Management there is an item called "Hide Report
Suites"In here, check all the report suits you want to hide.(update: I
just noticed this is a really old thread, even though it's marked as
"New Idea", but this existed way back then too)
Hi Brandon,Thanks for the update, the ability to change the default
preferences would be fantastic.Also, while performance has gotten much
better, I feel that while the data returns for the report, I always
found the interface laggy when I had the "searching for anomalies"
message. It's a lot better since I got a newer faster machine, but my
old machine I really noticed the issue. So it's more about the report /
interface performance (slowness trying to scroll the reports, perform
Hi Gigazelle,Yes, I ended up fixing the issue. As it turns out the
default cookieDomainPeriods wasn't working due to the server I was
testing on (the cookies couldn't be written the base domain). I needed
to set the domain periods to 3 (despite the site being 2) just so the
cookies would be set against the subdomain. This was only a limitation
of the server I was using to test on, and not reflective of the real
server where our code would eventually be deployed.
I'm not trying to use a calculated metric... I'm using a custom
metric.... Right now, I've pretty much given up on the custom segment
and am working with our DBA to create a DB report since nothing is
I have been trying to create a segment for our site where we can see the
number of users who have view 2+ articles, 5+ article and 10+ articles
per month, but I can't get it working as expected.First, to understand
our data:1. I have a custom metric tracking on article views (which I'm
using in the segment)2. I have a prop tracking the user id (using this
for validation)3. I have another prop tracking the article id (also
using this for validation)I created a segment that is set to Visitor
Hi Jantzen,Yes, I always had the Experience Cloud ID Service installed a
approved to my development environment. However, I wasn't getting any
cookies at all (I use the dev console all the time for testing, and I've
been using it to compare our live sites to this demo).I did a little
more work after posting this and started populating some of the fields
based on some of the examples here:Marketing Cloud Help I know the link
was for DTM, but I thought it may help. However, there's no checkbox for...
I'm just starting to learn Adobe Launch (with the hopes that I can
convert our tracking over to it). I've been (mostly) successful in
setting up our tracking parameters however, my test site isn't setting
any cookies (either from our VisitorAPI service, or from our custom
plugins like s.getNewRepeat).I'm not sure what I need to do to get this
to work.I know there's a section called cookies in the Analytics
Extension, but I can't find anything on what the expected values are, if
this is even the ...
The performance of the anomaly detection is actually rather problematic.
Especially when it still bogs down the loading time on all reports,
despite it being turned "off".... If it's turned off, we shouldn't be
stuck waiting for it to "check for anomalies".... why does it need to
check when we aren't going to be using it? It just makes the reports
slower for no reason.
I've been having the same problem since last week... sometimes if I keep
requesting it will eventually come through; but many of my larger
reports are missing sections of data: partial freeform analysis (i.e.
cut off in the middle) and a lot of completely missing freeform analysis
tables. I suspect that the adobe server is having processing issues and
it's crashing less than gracefully. I hope this issue gets resolved
soon. It worked fine last month.