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asaft Regular Visitor
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Reporting on items that were removed from a table

Hi, 

 

Looking for a smart way to report on items that were removed from a table. This is in the context of a product adoption report I have. 

 

Let's say that yesterday I had a list of 5 customers who were considered to be adopting a specific feature:

Customer-1
Customer-2

Customer-3
Customer-4

Customer-5

 

Today, Customer-5 no longer meets the criteria of "adopting", so they are considered to be moving "down the funnel"

 

How can I create a table, that will highlight the customer that was removed (Customer-5)?

The logic should include the fact that this customer was already among the adopting customers but no longer is. 

Many thank!

 

Asaf

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Re: Reporting on items that were removed from a table

@asaft  what does the data say?  you can obviously only do that if you have historical data that demonstrates the position the person was before and after.


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asaft Regular Visitor
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Re: Reporting on items that were removed from a table

Hi @vanessafvg 
I added an illustration to better explain my question.

assuming that according to certain criteria, Cus 5 below was considered to be adopting a feature on 5/15/19, but on 5/16/19 they no longer meet those criteria. What would be an efficient way to report on Cus 5 as "dropped"?

 

 

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