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3 Suggestions for improvements of the Reporting Dashboard Graph - Beta

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Byron Antonas

Good day product team,

My account seems to have access to a beta version fo a graph widget, which displays conversion rate trends for the experiment control and variants.

3 points of feedback:

1. The graph rounds conversion rate to the nearest %, so for a company like us, where our conversion rate is less than 1%, the graph actually rounds down to 0% or to 1%. This is kind of odd – I would suggest you update this to show the conversion rate with an additional 2-decimal places, if possible.

2. The graph does not change, depending on whether you select “unique visitors” or “sessions” – this is not called out on the graph, so I would suggest either having two graphs, 1 for unique visitors, and one for sessions, or making it clear that the graph is only for unique visitors.

3. For each point plotted on the graph it would be great to also see the time of day when that data point was for.

Baptiste Deroche

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Baptiste Deroche

Hey Byron,

Looks like it is fixed now! Here is a screenshot of the tooltip, conversion rate now handle decimal values.

Can you please check on your side, and if the issue remain I'll investigate deeply the topic 😊

Thanks for your feedback and have a great day!

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Byron Antonas

Baptiste Deroche: I am not sure why you see something different to me, but I do not see this change reflected in my reports.

I have attached a screen shot as proof. Do you have any idea why this is the case?

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Byron Antonas

Baptiste Deroche: Also - on the same test, when I look at the graph for transactional data, the trend report also still rounds to whole numbers, which is completely misrepresenting the differences between the control and the variation conversion rates.

You can see in this screen shot the trend graph is rounding the variation to 3%, and in the figures you can see that the figures above the graph, none of the conversion rates are 3%. As such it is also showing the control conversion rate as 2%, so the trend graph is suggesting there is a more than 50% increase, which is not correct at all.

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Byron Antonas

@bantonas @charles_h No, this does not meet my expectations. I am still seeing all of my figures as 0%. As I stated in the original post, our conversion rates are less than 1%, and you are rounding down to 0%, and you are also not showing the figures with 2-decimal places e.g. 0.24% (<-what I expect) vs 0% (<-what I actually see in the report).

JULIE DUMONT

@bantonas Hi

thanks for the feedbacks !

We released a new version of the report - it stands at the top of it should match with you expectations. Isnt it ?

There is a dedicated poll set in the "customize" button of the graph, many users are sharing their users experience feedbacks, we will benefit of it to enhance it

regards

Corentin Gilles

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