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I rely on this tool daily to test new code implementation and build reporting. The tool has many great features but would like to suggest a few more;
1. Could we have an option to set all folders in the expanded view? These are the "drawers" or "accordions" in the side panel. I'm always clicking to expand as the default view is collapsed.
2. Is there an option to disable WATS while continuing to browse? When I tab to Site Catalyst to start building a report, WATS keeps analyzing the pages and reports tags from Site Catalyst. As these are not needed they create a lot of "noise" in the collected data.
Thanks so much
I am a SiteCatalyst Consultant with Adobe and recommend this product all the time. It is a time saver and easy for both marketing types and technical types to understand. One note, SiteCatalyst has increased the number of props and eVars it is able to collect. Props now go to 75 and eVar now go to 75. This is currently the only down-fall I have noticed about the product as it only reflects values passed up to 50 for both. Beyond this drawback, the product is easy and convenient and certainly helps to demonstrate what calls are coming from the page.
Best one yet. Love it. Thanks Adversitement!
It is a nice tool but missing the ability to see s.hierN (hierarchy).
You can actually find the hierarchy variables in the Site Content section. For instance if you go to http://www.bol.com you can see that 2 hierarchy variables are set for that page. You can also define user friendly names by opening WATS>Set Descriptions. Is there any specific page where you can't see the hierarchy variable(s)?
If you are looking for a SiteCatalyst debugger, look no further, this is the one you need.
You can use it for debugging HTML pages AND Flash.
You can even set your own descriptions on props, evars and events, making it more userfriendly than anything else I've seen.