At work we use Atlassian JIRA as our ticket system internally between the various teams. I have various widget setup to watch predefined JIRA filters on my dashboard, however I wanted to be able to sort the widget content by multiple columns.
By default the filter only sorts on a single column, however you can add a second sort by using Atlassian query language syntax like so:
assignee = afore AND resolution = Unresolved ORDER BY priority DESC, updatedDate DESC
The initial scan can take as long as 24 hours to be generated, however that all depends on the size of the site being scanned. The cookie categories and reports are automatically created for you, however you can also customize the panel with custom cookies and categories, as well customizing the CSS to control the look and feel of the panel. I choose to start out with defaults only. The image to the right is what my site looks like after the initial report was generated.
I also received a report in the inbox configured for the account with details on what was found in the scan and which cookies were treated as falling into the pre-defined categories. For example, the scan found two cookies that were designated as necessary for the site to function. There were also items found in the preferences and statistics categories.
While these two services are by no means the only ones out there, I found them to be the easiest and simplest to implement.
(The featured image is copyright of HarperCollins Publishers)
Editorial Note: Apparently Comcast really would prefer that people not use the term data cap when referring to the limitations being placed on their customers data usage and would much rather prefer that we use the term data usage plan or data threshold, however, I don’t really care. 🙂
I would like to go on record as saying that you suck. I recognize that you are a for profit company and that you would like to make a profit on the services that you provide. I even think that having your company make a profit is a good thing because that enables you to pay your employees so that they can put food on their tables and afford to pay the fees for their children to participate in Little League baseball and other such childhood activities.
Your data usage cap system is bogus. According to the data available on your own website you have eight (8) different trial markets where you have rolled out data caps since 2012:
August 22, 2013: Fresno, California – Economy Plus option added
September 1, 2013: Savannah, Georgia; Central Kentucky; Jackson, Mississippi – 300GB
October 1, 2013: Mobile, Alabama; Knoxville, Tennessee.
November 1, 2013: Huntsville, Alabama; Augusta, Georgia; Tupelo, Mississippi; Charleston, South Carolina; Memphis, Tennessee – 300GB cap
December 1, 2013: Atlanta, Georgia; Maine – 300GB cap
October 1, 2015: Fort Lauderdale, the Keys and Miami, Florida – 300GB cap plus $30 option for increasing to unlimited
In fact, your page on this even refers to these as “trial start dates” which to a reasonably minded person would imply that they have an end date as well, however to the best of my knowledge (as well as the comments made by a customer support representative) there is no plan to end these trials OR any plan to actually collapse them into a single cohesive plan that applies to your entire service.