@anonymous-matomo-user opened this Issue on September 7th 2012

When I export the data to Excel, for example the Pages report, I only see the top levels of my site. In Piwik I can press the + sign to drill down and see all pages. But when I export the report only the top levels are included. I would like to see all pages in the report.
Example: the page: mydomain/mysite/level1 has several subpages: mydomain/mysite/level1/subject1, mydomain/mysite/level1/subject2, and mydomain/mysite/level1/subject3. When I export the report as Excel or as email, I only get the statistics for mydomain/mysite/level1.
Before the release of 1.8.3 I could see all pages but not anymore. Can you please fix this?
Keywords: reports, export report, email report

@anonymous-matomo-user commented on September 7th 2012

Attachment: Pic shows what the report used to look like with subpages and what it looks like now.
PiwikReports.bmp

@mattab commented on September 7th 2012 Member

IN the URL you use to export the reports, try to add the parameter &flat=1 - it should then show the reports as you expect.

We should add the &flat parameter to the API call even if it's disabled, to show users they can change it. Maybe it could it be the first parameter.

@mattab commented on September 8th 2012 Member

For Actions reports, enforce that &flat=0 parameter to the API call even if the view is not flattened

@diosmosis commented on February 8th 2013 Member

In fcaf7e783d4c4dfb9c2af14f3bcf9db899f88d48: Fixes #3365, add 'flat=0' query param to export links for actions reports.

@diosmosis commented on February 8th 2013 Member

matt, I made sure flat=0 will be displayed, but I think this is a very quick fix for a (relatively) bigger UX issue.

@anonymous-matomo-user commented on February 8th 2013

I just realised I haven't thanked you. Thank you for your tip! &flat=1 works!

@mattab commented on February 8th 2013 Member

looking good!

This Issue was closed on February 8th 2013
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