@DavidCheng please find some documentation on the Report metadata. I'm not sure why you didn't see those capital-CUST fields, although I did find this is only for standard parent fields (which are part of the Report Type). Object fields are specified in the 'normal' approach.
The three filters added to the Report and shown in metadata.
As you can see the ...
You can create an SQL query and get this data from the _Click Data View.
Create a Data Extension first with the required fields, and then automate the query to run daily or weekly, per your requirements.
Here's an example query:
SELECT EventDate, SubscriberKey, URL, LinkName
You can also run this ad hoc in Query Studio.
Here are the fields ...
Discover usually is populated once per day as its a seperate reporting platform. You can usually find a Automation that is scheduled to run once per day which transfers all the data for the previous 24 hours.
The non discover reports do run instantly.
Hope this helps
You can't track outbound links from Cloud Pages, as they are not being redirected through the tracker domain, unlike links from emails. If you want, you can create a custom solution, where you will build your own redirect setup:
Build a cloud page which will automatically redirect based on a url provided as requestparameter
This cloud page should upsert ...
You can build your own email (report) including the information you need including the number of subscribers.
All you need to do is use the RowCount() ( or DataExtensionRowCount() ) in AMPscript to print your count in the email.
Afterwords you'll set-up an automation running daily to send that email.
The following objects store Lightning metrics & usage and are available for custom Reports (via a custom Report Type) as well as SOQL queries:
Well, a dashboard is much more than one chart for one report. It can display multiple components/visuals from many different reports (or just the same one) to give a large overview over a given area.
A report chart is just that, a visual chart for one ...
Expanding on Reinier's answer - I have also found that for community users, you must remove the original filter condition from the report in order for the URL filter condition to be applied correctly. If you leave the filter condition in the report, the URL filter does not change it - instead, it adds a "linked filter" to the filter conditions. But that ...
Have you tried setting up your org wide emails and verifying them?
I would also do a deliver-ability test and give your IT department the email IP ranges needed by all the salesforce email servers.
Our IT was a bit reluctant so I got them on a call with salesforce support to explain why this was needed and the salesforce support also convinced them to go ...