Some of our users have been previously registered for Creative Cloud
with their internal 'corp.net' email address. Meanwhile their Analytics
accounts were associated with their external 'company-name.com' email
addresses. So after being migrated to Experience Cloud they've ended up
with two accounts - CC with the corp.net email addresses and EC with the
company-name.com email addresses.There is no way, currently, to merge
those accounts. I'd like a facility - whether managed within the Admin
katiem5932052 This facility already exists. Go to your Profile (My
Account > Edit Profile, from the person icon in the top right corner of
the screen) and under 'Default Organisation and Landing Page' choose
'Analytics' from the Landing Page dropdown.Next time you log in, it'll
jump you straight into Analytics.
Hi felixa86813896 yes, the Internal URL Filters was more of a 'belt &
braces' idea. I think it only affects the Referrers reports, but I
suspect the Marketing Channels processing rules might also use the same
information. It would certainly be a good idea to add your domain(s) to
the Internal URL Filters anyway - it would do no harm, and it might fix
the Marketing Channels issue. - Let us know if it helps.
Hey Felix, just checking, have you also set your own site domain(s) in
the Internal URL Filters settings (Admin > Report Suites > General >
Internal URL Filters)? Or is there any chance that your website domain
matches one of the 'social' site strings? e.g. a website called
www.camplurk.com contains 'plurk.com' so would satisfy the condition.
Totally, totally agree. Having an item called "Image" means nothing, but
with a sub-heading or prefix of 'Dashboard Items' it becomes clear that
it relates to the provision of 'Images' as 'Dashboard Items' and you can
then make an informed decision as to whether users should have access to
that option or not.A simple prefix e.g. 'Dashboard item: Image' would do
fine if it's not feasible to break the list out into sub-sections.
In particular, I would like the ability to hide/rename standard metrics.
e.g. the Bounce Rate is not useful for us because we fire additional
page-speed calls on every page view, so almost all visits have 2 server
calls. We have a custom Bounce Rate metric which works, but our users
often use the out-of-the-box standard Bounce Rate by mistake because we
can't hide it or rename it (even though we've tried to name our custom
Ah, yes. I think either the report suite hadn't updated, so the (newly
created) classification just wasn't recognised or else I'd mistakenly
picked the wrong report suite. I can see it there now and am able to
create the rule.Thanks
I don't seem to be able to add a Classification Rule for a ListVar. I
can apply a manual (SAINT) classification to the ListVar but it does not
appear in the list of available vars for classification in the Rule
Builder.Is that right? Is it a bug, or a 'feature' of list variables?
Name Pages needs the following:- Export option, to easily export the
full list of rules- Search facility, to find URLs or Page Names, without
having to page through 50-at-a-time- Ability to view more than 50 at a
time- Sort functionality, to be able to sort by either URL or Page Name
NB : I would never use Name Pages myself, but the tool shows every page
(in the current month) - which is thousands of pages - so if there is a
'bad' rename buried in there it is impossible to find.