I use several Google accounts each for different purposes. I also have two analytical profiles I use. An old legacy one with many older clients, and a new one that is common to our team. I often need to switch between accounts.
After I authenticate to an account, I can sign out. However, when I sign back in the system automatically logs me back into the same account without an option to switch. I can work around this if I add the extension to multiple instances of my browser, each logged into a different account and the extension authenticated to that account.
I consider not being able to switch a bug.
Da Vinci Tools v2019.1.24 just came out and fixes the authentication flow problem.
I just added the dark theme when using the expanded version (it was an omission on my part). It will be there in the next release.
For the line & character indicator, do you mean when you are looking at GTM Preview and there's an error in your tag?
I am running into an issue where I cannot add users to a GA account unless the extension is disabled. If I disable the extension everything works fine, but with the extension enabled I get a "Failed to update data" message.
This is fixed in v2018.7.17, which should be deployed automatically shortly.
When I try to cancel a transaction with the (awesome) new function I keep going through the Google Authorization every time process with no effect.
Am I missing something ?
The images that are used in GTM Preview no longer work. See attached screenshot. The link to the images gives a 404.
When in GTM, it would be nice not to have to scroll to the top to be able to click on the tags. It would be nice if that left menu was sticky or would follow during the scroll.
In google Analytics I had selected a data range comparison with a previous period. When I wanted to click the checkbox to deselect this date comparison I was now unable to do so. Clicking it resulted in the date selector "window" closing.
I tried setting the permissions for De Vinci Tools to only be allowed to run, when I click the plugin in Chrome. Then I reloaded the page and tried again (with Davinci Tools now disabled). This time it worked - I could remove the data range comparison in Google Analytics.
In Data Studio line charts you can easily select from a drop-down to produce a second line on your chart...e.g. vs last month, vs last year, etc. So it baffles me that this can't be done in, for example, bar charts to product a second set of columns for the comparison. Would be really useful to have this feature irrespective of the chart type.
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