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The Power Report lets you manipulate all of your events and properties in nearly any way you can imagine, like an easy-to-use pivot table on all of your customer data. You have a lot of flexibility in how to report on your data. Here are three tasks unique to the Power Report:
This data sheet provides some sample use cases for which the Power Report can be used, and how to create one to answer these cases.
Each Power Report has three main areas to configure:
You can set a "global" date range, which helps you refine the Segments and Columns that make up the Power Report. You can reuse the Global Date Range rather than manually set the dates for each Segment and Column.
However, realize that for each segment and column, you have the option to individually tweak the date ranges. Here's an example report that would use two different date ranges: "Show people who Signed Up this month, segmented by when they first Visited Site last month."
Report segments are the rows of the report. They usually provide the interesting comparisons you are looking for. "How does X perform differently than Y?" "How did Week 1 compare to Week 2?"
The Power Report is unique because:
Finally, you can limit the date range to whether they got the Property or did the Event At Any Time, within the Global Date Range, or within any other dates you pick.
Report columns are the columns of the report. They provide the initial dataset that will be broken apart into segments. "How many people did X?" "What was my conversion rate for this week?" "What was my revenue for this month?"
The Power Report is unique because you can:
Finally, you can limit the date range to Any Time, within the Global Date Range, or within any other dates you pick. There's also an additional "Relative To" date range, which is a flexible date range based on your segments.
Here's what the example configuration above would look like after you run the report:
The Power Report has a date calculation called "Relative to [segment]". Here's what it means.
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