If the session timeout could not be based on a new page loading, that
would help. Currently, if the user is working on custom code for more
than 30 minutes, that counts as a timeout- when you click to save your
30+ minutes of code work, the save doesn't happen because of the session
timeout. I can understand 30 minutes of true inactively, but if the user
is making changes in a rule/custom code block for over 30 minutes, that
shouldn't count as "inactive"
I've had a few clients recently have problems knowing how they got to
the report they're at (or I'm at), and I think it would be helpful if
there were small breadcrumbs at the top (for instance "Site Metrics>
Visitors" Or "Campaigns>Tracking Code>Channel").
The conversion funnel reports in sitecatalyst all have the same lovely
gray-and-green conversion funnel graphic... whether your funnel is
hugely successful or failing miserably, it will look the same in the
reports and in the dashboard. I'd love to see a graphical option that
was representative of actual funnel fallout.
Personally, I would prefer paid search detection to never be case
sensitive, but I can see why some people might. If I have a 4-letter
param (skid, for example) there are theoretically 16 different options
of case sensitivity I might want to catch (SKID, SKId, SKid...) and it
sure would be nice if I didn't have to figure out and input all 16 of
those options. I could check a box to signify if the param is
case-sensitive or not, that would be ideal. But really, anything
omniture could do to make ...
I've seen a few exchange ideas for have default metrics by report- but
then, why not just use a bookmarked report? What I'd like to see is
default metric(s) that could be set differently for each user in an
organization, as the organizations I work with seldom all have one
default metric in mind.
I love that the admin console now has "show all" for changing settings
on props, events and eVars, but I also wish that if I were making
changes to evar50 then clicked "Save" it wouldn't actually save until I
scrolled back up to the top and saw the red warning popup- the one that
says "Warning, you are changing the status of an eVar... Are you sure
you want to continue?". I know from experience that you can't proceed
without finding and clicking this warning, but it would make sense to
have it p...
Unfortunately, I suspect I'm not the ideal person to be included in a
pilot (especially considering I don't haev a "relevant account manager"
at the moment), but let me throw in another two cents, that video name
would also ideally be usable by other reports (like an evar).
It would be fabulous if the out-of-the-box Video View event currently
available in, say, the Videos report, were available in other reports
(like tracking ID). Currently, if I want to break down my video name by
a campaign and see how many views it got, I would have to use a custom
event for the video views. Ideally, since the data is already there, I
could just open up a tracking ID report and have "Video view" be one of