Now, instead of showing all 20 goals on one screen, it only shows you 10 at a time, by default. You have a drop down menu to choose to show more rows. Although it lists 10, 25, 50, 100, 250 and 500, only the 10 and 25 are clickable (the other options are grayed out). This actually makes me hopeful that maybe they're working on increasing the number of goals per view. That would be awesome.
Another new feature is the ability to sort your goals by the goal name, ID, or Past 7 day conversion. Before, you could only sort by the goal name. At first, I was thrilled - in fact this would have been very helpful to me yesterday. But when I tried it out, I was disappointed. Sorting by Goal ID does NOT sort numerically lowest to highest (or vice versa), it sorts alphabetically. #Facepalm. So now I can sort my goals in the following order:
Close, but no cigar.
Ok. So I am a little biased.
But that being said, last year’s spring Local U Advanced was one of the most educational and fun events that I have ever participated in and we are bringing it back east. There was more of everything that I love about our industry: more great local content, more great local speakers, more great sharing than I had ever experienced. It was collegial AND educational. And plenty of great food and refreshments. This year promises the same.
This year the content is all new & we have TWO great keynotes: +Wil Reynolds and +Joel Headley. +David Mihm, +Aaron Weiche , +Ed+ Reese, Mary Bowling, +Will Scott (sans rant), +Mike Ramsey and myself will all be there. And the great networking and mixers will continue to be incredible as well.
Good food, great conversations, geeking out on local. What more could you ask for?
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