On the Request Wizard: Step 1 form, you select the report suite, report type, segments, and configure dates.
Report Suite: The list of report suites available to you based on your login credentials. See Select Report Suites.
Range Selector: Lets you select a report suite ID from a cell in Excel. See Select Report Suites.
Segment: Segments are custom subsets of data, or data filtered by rules that you create. Segments are based on hits, visits, and visitors. See the Analytics Segmentation Guide for more information about segments.
For example, you can run a Pages Report, and then apply a First Time Visits segment.
Allow Publishing List Override: When you schedule a report, you can choose a publishing list to use for distribution. Publishing lists are set up in Analytics > Admin tools. The report suite for this request is replaced by the report suite ID assigned to each recipient in the publishing list. See Allow Publishing List Overrides.
Report Type: Specifies the base report you want to run in your data request. You run one report per request, and that report can have one-to-many dimensions and one-to-many metrics. Metrics and dimensions for a report type are displayed on the Request Wizard; Step 2 interface. See Select Report Types.
Date Ranges: Defines the time span covered by the request. Several types of request time periods are available, such as preset, fixed, and rolling. The maximum number of periods is 366. You can also choose a date range specified by a cell, and save date ranges as templates for later use. See Configuring Report Dates
Apply Granularity: Specifies the level of time-based detail that is included in the report. See Granularity.
Sometimes the request wizard appears off-screen, especially for users that move between monitor setups. For example, you use a docking station at work, and your laptop screen at home. If you click ‘Create’ again while a request wizard is already open, you get the following error:
“You first need to complete the request wizard process before starting a new one.”
Moving the request wizard back on-screen resolves this issue.