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When doing a search in TL and you use an event, session attribute, or dimension, the drop downs don't show up in any specific order.
Simpler Ask: The most popular of each type, maybe the top 5 or 10 could be pinned to the top of the drop-down and the remainder would appear in alphabetical order. For example, if I wanted to use the Session Attribute, UserLogin, I wouldn't have to scroll or type part of the name, it would appear in the top 10. Or if I was searching based on an event, I could have the top ten most popular available with the remaining appearing in alphabetical order.
Also, it would be great if we, as administrators, could display only the most relevant so our end users aren't confused over all of the choices.
More Involved Ask: Do the above, but allow admins to select what session attributes, events, dimensions to display or not display for a group of users or for all based on their function. To do this, we would need to group or tag users and then add assign to each group what dimensions, events and session attributes they can see.
How will this idea be used?
Our users are staring at several hundred session attributes, several thousand events and many many dimensions. If they don't know specifically what they're after or how it's named, they end up scrolling thru a massive list of choices. They end up giving up and asking us. It's great that our users are reaching out, but we want it simple and focused for their needs so that no one is wasting their time. This idea will be used to speed up searching and get the most out of TL.
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