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Re: PDF Pagination in Workspace - Adobe Analytics 17-06-2022
+1 for this idea - super important feature for many traditional companies, where customers are required to print and present reports.

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Re: Remove opt out option from scheduled report? - Adobe Analytics 10-02-2020
Please add it to workspace, we're facing exactly the same issue and it the scenario described by Philip happens on a weekly basis

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Re: Is there a way to disallow Unsubscribe with Scheduled Projects? - Adobe Analytics 11-09-2019
Hi Todd,similar question answered in this thread Remove opt out option from scheduled report? Thanks,Asheesh

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Re: Question: is there a way to create segment criteria that looks at an sprop that contains date and have it be a segment based on today's date? - Adobe Analytics 22-07-2016
Todd & Jeremy,The prop and evar values are read in as Strings by AA. Hence it is impossible to create a segment treating the values as dates. Also, the format for dates keep changing (YYYY-MM-DD, DD/MM/YYY, MM/DD/YYYY, etc), so it is hard to convert the strings to dates.For the questions regarding capturing Days of week, hour of day, etc, you may want to have a look at getTimeParting plugin.There are also several time dimensions now available, which can be used to create a segment (not the prop ...

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Re: Best practice request - time on page? - Adobe Analytics 18-01-2016
Try using UTC to calculate the time spent or difference in time .Method 1 : Set eVar and event with current time when user lands on the page and use it as campaign stacking.e.g time1>time2>time3as user proceed with the pages it will keep appending the current time, later you can find the difference .Method 2 : Create a universal link tracking which will do the UTC difference and record in a eVar and event whenever user choses to navigate to other page.This can be triggered on clicks. ~Dev aka-De...

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