CTR: eleventy billion



  • Courtesy /. - a blog posted screenshots of MS' answer to Google Analytics dubbed "Gatineau".

    Now, I'm no statistician and really can't complain about leaked screenshots of a project in beta, but isn't there something a bit wrong with having total hits > 100% or 187% of your visitors exiting the funnel, whatever the hell that is?



  • Whoever entered the dummy data on that really is a dummy. So is the person that cleared those screenshots for PR. The first one is easier to miss, but the huge "187%" plus "97%" (for a total of 284%) is insane.



  • Reminds me of the chick we had maintaining our knowledge base for an ERP system. Sample shipping methods in a screenshot included:

    • UPS Ground
    • FedEx Home Delivery
    • bumblefuck
    • DHL Express
    Took a customer call to tech support three weeks later before someone noticed that little gem.



  • @sootzoo said:

    Reminds me of the chick we had maintaining our knowledge base for an ERP system. Sample shipping methods in a screenshot included:

    • UPS Ground
    • FedEx Home Delivery
    • bumblefuck
    • DHL Express

    Took a customer call to tech support three weeks later before someone noticed that little gem.

     

    People are now giving me strange looks after I just burst out laughing! That was very good. 



  • What, you guys don't support DHL Express?  Big deal.  😉




  • @valerion said:

    @sootzoo said:

    Reminds me of the chick we had maintaining our knowledge base for an ERP system. Sample shipping methods in a screenshot included:

    • UPS Ground
    • FedEx Home Delivery
    • bumblefuck
    • DHL Express

    Took a customer call to tech support three weeks later before someone noticed that little gem.

     

    People are now giving me strange looks after I just burst out laughing! That was very good. 

    Same here. grrr... 


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