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Select Goal conversion metrics for each goal in the Graphs metrics picker #3528

anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue · 3 comments

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If you go to Goals -> Goals Overview, you can see a line with the sum of all the goals.

You can select to show also in that graph other lines for Conversion Rate and Total Revenue.

It would be great if you could select which goals you want to show in that graph, one line for each one.

Also should support ecommerce / abandoned carts on the Ecommerce Goals report.


The ticket is related to #3110


Thanks for the suggestion it would be very nice to have indeed!


Proposed improvements:

  • On a Per goal page, the metrics picker allows to select Conversions and Total Revenue (current behavior). It should also allow to pick Conversions and Revenue for this goal.
  • in the metrics picker of all evolution graphs (eg. Visitors>Overview, Referrers>Overview, Goals>Overview), add a new category of metrics Goals (displayed in bold in the metrics picker)
    • below this category, list the metrics of all defined goals, eg. if there are two goals XYZ and ABC then the metric picker will list:
    • Goal XYZ Conversions, Goal XYZ Conversion rate, Goal XYZ Total revenue, Goal ABC Conversions, Goal ABC Conversion rate, Goal ABC Total revenue
    • Note: this will create possible UX issue eg. when there are 10 goals defined. In this case the metrics picker on all evolution graphs will now have 10 * 3 = 30 new metrics to choose. (maybe there could be a scrollbar or search field in the metrics picker - not necessary in MVP)

see also #3883

@mattab mattab modified the milestone: Mid term, Short term
@mattab mattab added the Major label
@mattab mattab changed the title from Show several goals (each one with its own line) in the same graph to Select Goal conversion metrics for each goal in the Graphs metrics picker
@mattab mattab modified the milestone: Short term, Mid term
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