Effective December 31, 2023, Adobe intends to discontinue Reports & Analytics and its accompanying reports and features. At that time, Reports & Analytics and all of its reports and schedules will stop working. The reports, visualizations and underlying technology that power Reports & Analytics no longer meet Adobe’s technology standards. Most Reports & Analytics features are available within Analysis Workspace. Since the release of Analysis Workspace in 2015, Reports & Analytics functionality and capabilities have been moved to Analysis Workspace and a threshold of workflow parity has been reached. This notice explains the end-of-life process.
Read more about the Reports & Analytics End-of-life announcement.
An introduction to the features of a report, including the toolbar, calendar, and detail table.
This example shows a Pages Report. The configuration options may vary, depending on the report that you run. For example, rather than selecting Trended or Ranked in a Site Content report, you might specify the granularity and page name for a Site Metrics report.
An example of a Pages Report ( Reports > Site Content > Pages Reports > Pages).
Share your report data with the decision makers who can change your site or marketing strategies based on the data.
Also refer to Customizing a Report.
Displays report settings and lets you configure the report type, select metrics, and more. The available options in this group changes depending on the report you run.
See Customizing a Report for more information.
Specify the date by clicking the calendar button and selecting a date range. You can also select two time ranges to compare performance.
Select the type of graph or chart you want to see:
Depending on the type of graph that you have selected, you typically see the top several items from the details list. If your graph is a trended graph showing different time periods, then all of the time periods display:
Add metrics to your report. Administrators can specify default metrics.
The details are the bulk of the report data. In this case, you have pages listed, and they are being measured by Page Views, which is how many times they were loaded during the period:
In the detail table, you can filter data, create breakdowns, add metrics, and more.