@ibril15 opened this Issue on November 20th 2019

Hello,

In Email Reports we are able to add Entry Pages and Exit Pages in a report (by URL and by Title). The ordering of these tables is not intuitive. As far as I can tell, the way it works is that it pulls a list of all pages in the time period sorted by number of visits, and then filters out anything that isn't an entry/exit page. That leaves a table with no apparent sort order since there are many frequently popular pages that are not common entry/exit pages.

The tables should be sorted by the data they're displaying: Entrances/Exits descending (in both, the case of displaying the tables by URL and by Title). Can you please confirm this behavior?

Thanks a lot.

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-Igor

@ibril15 commented on November 21st 2019

Hi Thomas,

Thanks for your review. I'm not sure specifically what defines a "usability" issue, but I would actually consider this simply a "bug". It's not that this table is not "user-friendly", it's that it is essentially unusable. It is showing the most popular pages, but not the most popular "entrance pages". So as a result, in one example I have 5 out of the top 7 results with less than 1,000 entrances, while the 8th has almost 115,000. That makes the data unreliable and not presentable.

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Thanks a lot.

-Igor

@tsteur commented on November 21st 2019 Member

Marked it as a bug... @ibril15

Marked it as usability cause in the UI you can change the sorted column but this obviously doesn't work for scheduled report

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