Analytics 10 Help, October 2013
Answer your questions, such as what Analytics 10 reports are available in Analytics 9 and whether you have to upgrade your tag to see new reports, in this FAQ.
Yes. When you create a space that includes external data, Analytics 10 retrieves as much historical data as the data provider allows.
Your administrator can edit these through the Administration console in Analytics 9.
Maybe not. Your administrator needs to build custom reports for you, but you can also filter out elements of a report that you do not need to see. When you view a report, you can choose to view data in bar charts, line charts, or heat maps. You can also search on a term to show only data related to that term. For example, you have URLs that contain "Order Confirmation," so you type confirmation in the search box and then press the Enter key. Only URLs that contain "confirmation" appear in the report.
You get to choose which visualizations to add to existing profiles on a profile-by-profile basis. The content of some profiles with enormous volumes are carefully managed to ensure they continue to deliver reports on schedule.
For steps to enable features in the Site Dashboard, see the Webtrends blog about new Analytics 10 reports and visualizations.
Click in any view in Analytics 10 to share or export the data you see on the screen.