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Feature Request Feature to add Milestones to graphs

Discussion in 'Unity Analytics' started by MidnightGameDeveloper, Jan 24, 2023.

  1. MidnightGameDeveloper

    MidnightGameDeveloper

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    Hello,
    it would be useful to be able to add milestones to the Unity dashboard. For example, when a new version is released. This would help to see at first glance if changes have a positive effect. (For an example see screenshot)

    Thanks
     

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  2. RandolfKlemola

    RandolfKlemola

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    Hi MidnightGameDeveloper,

    That's a great suggestion. Is this for the Dashboards or the Data Explorer? If it's for the Data Explorer, can you just confirm if the current [Group By] > [Version] could not achieve this type of graph for you? This would allow you to see multiple versions/releases all on the same graph and in the same timeline.

    upload_2023-1-25_17-3-59.png

    As for the Dashboards, I do not see an obvious way to see which version is which when selecting multiple versions. I'll await your responses to my questions above.

    Best,
    Randy
     
  3. MidnightGameDeveloper

    MidnightGameDeveloper

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    Hello Randy,
    thank you very much for the help.

    Grouping by version in Data Explorer is a solution that works. However, the graphs generated this way are not as readable as the graph in the screenshot that I provided (especially not with many version changes).

    I think you are right, in the dashboard view it is not possible to see which version is which when multiple versions are selected. I think displaying version changes in the dashboard view in the way I suggested (in the post above) would probably make even more sense.

    Thanks
     
  4. RandolfKlemola

    RandolfKlemola

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    Okay great. Thank you MidnightGameDeveloper I really appreciate the feedback. It's going in right away, on your behalf.

    All the best,
    Randy
     
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