The idea behind Smart Data is to let you get quick reports by making queries to your data using natural language.
With today's update, the format of the Smart Data queries becomes more clear, concise, with a consistent hierarchy where metrics, dimensions, timeframes, and additional attributes each have their logical place in the input field.
Then: "How did [revenue] change [the last 30 days] by [cities]?"
Now: "[Revenue] by [cities] [the last 30 days]"
Then: "How is attributed value of [sources and mediums] distributed to [funnel steps] in the attribution model [Funnel Based] [from 3 November 2018 to 7 November 2018]?"
Now: "Attributed value of [sources and mediums] by [funnel steps] in attribution model [Funnel Based] [from 3 November 2018 to 7 November 2018]"
As you start typing in the name of a metric, you'll be able to find the report you need at a glance.
This makes the report names more comprehensive, and it will be easier to understand what's inside the report. We hope this will make using Smart Data a much more intuitive and pleasant experience for you.