You can group (and rename the group) pages (or whatever you want)
together in Fallout. In Flow, you currently need to use classifications
or a higher-level dimension (ie, Site Section) to accomplish this.
I know this isn't exactly what you're asking for (I think the
suggestions are great here), but one way to mitigate this in the
meantime is to hide the legend in the summary/summary change
visualizations (Visualization Settings cog > uncheck "Legend Visible"),
and then just handle any description/details with your viz
I wish we could offer an ETA at this point, but we can't - we are still
prioritizing things and working through them and things are always
changing (because there are always so many good things to work on). I
know that's not the answer you were seeking, but just know we are
working on it
Thank you for this context - very helpful. We certainly do still have
places in Workspace that need interaction performance improvements, but
to be honest I haven't experienced them in that use case that you
specify. However, if you are seeing them there, then we need to
investigate further. The other good news is within the next few months,
we are going to be rolling out some major performance enhancements to
the line/area chart, which I believe should help the issues you're
seeing (I'll be cur...
As far as updates go - we have a functional prototype and have done
extensive user testing to validate the experience. We are working on
prioritizing it on the roadmap so we can get it to you as quickly as we
can. We know this one is important.
Thanks for the feedback - a few updates/notes on this. We are actively
working on providing a bunch of customizable user defaults for Workspace
so you could potentially turn off anomaly detection for new projects
(along with a bunch of other settings). We know this functionality is
important to you, and are doing our best to prioritize it on the
roadmap.I do have a follow-up question though, just so I'm understanding
better. For time-series data (ie, data shown on a line or area
Ah - do you mean simultaneous editing of Workspace projects? We have
experimented with that idea as well, but it is much more effort to
build. Definitely agree that it would be very cool - we would be
interested in how important this is to you.
Sorry for the delay in response. Good callout on the idea of locking
down the date range. Currently the only option we currently support for
this would be sharing a PDF. The good news is we are actively working on
another sharing option that is more locked down than current sharing,
but more dynamic than PDF. This is good feedback to consider there.
Cool idea! We will consider for the future. One thing we are also
playing with is the idea of a "KPI visualization", which would allow
quick summary number / sparkline / Up-down trend indication all in one.
Great - thanks for the clarification. Completely agree that this would
be valuable, and we've discussed how to solve this problem in a scalable
way various times, and have it on the backlog. We have discussed the
idea of creating an "anchor date" which a given reporting request would
respect (right now it's always "today"), which would also solve this
problem in a similar way. One issue with letting rolling date ranges
include panel date ranges is that rolling date ranges can work outside
Thank you both for your explanations - I believe I understand now. We
also agree that segment/calc-metric/date range templates should be able
to be tagged/favorited/approved (so that you could find them easily, or
filter them out, etc). The good news is, this feature request is already
on our backlog, so we will continue to prioritize it appropriately.
Thanks for the feedback - I like this idea. Would you expect "current
date range" to always (and only) represent the panel date range? Or
would you expect it to take into consideration other date objects, for
example from other custom date ranges or dimension items in a table
where this rolling date range was being used?
Thanks for your feedback - I want to make sure I understand your feature
request. Currently in the segment builder you can search for segment
templates (segments automatically created by Adobe) in the left rail,
and they show up. You can then drag them into the canvas and it will
copy the segment template definition onto the canvas so you can then use
it in the segment you are building. Is there something else you are
looking for? Thanks.
The missing metrics at the top seems odd (they should be there) - please
submit an issue with Customer Care and we'll look into it. I think the
breakdown dimension is correct, but we can look into that as well.
Thanks again for the feedback.