Replies posted by himabindu_nemagadda
@link_black - Yes we selected highest level modules only. Since there are many nested modules we need to be careful while navigating and selecting to make sure we are not missing any module. Last seen date is a string field in CS and that is causing issue while applying filters. I am working on that with AE team parallelly. But meanwhile to reconcile the counts with customers we tried to use filters in the dashboard and thought it would be nice to have more filter options.
Thanks for the tips @link_black, recently we were trying to include all the features in a filter, but there are few hundreds of features configured hence it was very difficult to add everything to the filter. Then We selected modules, but there were about 30 to 40 modules (including nested modules). In this scenario applying filter on ‘Any feature’ would be a time saver. Use case for us to try this is, customer reported an issue on discrepancy between active users count in PX and CS. In PX active users are the users who all are identified during the time period selected, where as in CS it is calculated based on daily time series data. To match the counts we want to apply filters on features in Active users widget of dashboard and see if counts are matching. Also if we want to know the users without feature information then there is no way to do that.
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