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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-128194

As a content manager, I don't want to see reads metrics and content's author field in the content performance panel for widget, content, document's and blogs's display pages

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      Motivation

      Story split from LPS-127220As a marketer, I want to see content performance metrics also in the context of content pages in order to simplify testing tasks.

      Technical Requirements

      • The content performance panel for widget, content and document's display pages will be the same that the web content's DPT, except for:
        • the author's field, that will be removed
        • the "reads" metric, that will be removed

      Acceptance Criteria

      • Given the content performance panel of a widget, content or document's display pages
      • Then the name and URL of the page, the language and interval selector, the views graph and the traffic channels chart show

      • Given the content performance panel of a widget, content or document's display pages
      • Then the author's field is not shown

      • Given the content performance panel of a widget, content or document's display pages
      • Then the views metric, but not the read's one, is shown in the Engagement section 

       Test Scenarios

      AC ID Test Strategy Test Scenarios Is it covered by FrontEnd ? (JS-Unit) Is it covered by BackEnd? (unit or integration) Poshi?
      01 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a content page, the reads graph is NOT shown in the content performance panel YES* NO  
      02 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a content page, the author's field is NOT shown in the content performance panel NO NO   
      03 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a content page, the views graph is shown in the content performance panel YES*  NO   
      04 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a content page, the traffic channels chart is shown in the content performance panel YES* NO   
      05 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a widget page, the reads graph is NOT shown in the content performance panel YES* NO   
      06 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a widget page, the author's field is NOT shown in the content performance panel NO NO   
      07 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a widget page, the views graph is shown in the content performance panel YES* NO   
      08 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a widget page, the traffic channels chart is shown in the content performance panel YES* NO  
      09 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a document's display page, the reads graph is NOT shown in the content performance panel YES* NO   
      10 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a document's display page, the author's field is NOT shown in the content performance panel NO NO  
      11 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a document's display page, the views graph is shown in the content performance panel YES*  NO  
      12 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a document's display page, the traffic channels chart is shown in the content performance panel YES*  NO  
      13 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a blog's display page, the reads graph is NOT shown in the content performance panel YES* NO   
      14 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a blog's display page, the author's field is NOT shown in the content performance panel NO NO  
      15 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a blog's display page, the views graph is shown in the content performance panel YES*  NO  
      16 Medium When the user accesses to the content performance panel of a blog's display page, the traffic channels chart is shown in the content performance panel YES*  NO  
      • Added YES* in some frontend tests because I have unit tests for the components with only views, views and reads (Chart component) and other testing traffic channels (TrafficSources component) but I'm not taking into account if I'm in a content page, widget page or document's DTP.

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              support-qa Support QA
              Reporter:
              julia.molano Julia Molano
              Engineering Assignee:
              Cristina Gonzalez
              Recent user:
              Rafaela Nascimento
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                  7.4.0 CE GA1 DXP 7,4
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