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Thank you for your feedback. We will consider it for inclusion in a later version of the software.
Meanwhile, you can use user defined meanings.
As @jereze notes there is sort of an advanced feature of dataiku dss that may be able to help you.
If you have a regular expression (regex) that know what an international phone number looks like; you should be able to create a pattern based user-defined meaning. Here is some basic documentation.
Do note this warning:
It is not recommended to enable auto-detection. Enabling auto-detection on a user-defined meaning can cause built-in meanings not to be recognized anymore, and can cause notable slowdowns in DSS usage.
Please share any outcomes that others might find useful.
I totally get what you mean about international phone numbers being a pain. It would be so much cooler if they had some kind of hidden meaning or secret code. It's worth getting a temporary phone number in the USA. Just try searching for "usa temp number". Hope this still helps.ф