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MichaelWon
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18-07-2016

I have an ecommerce site with millions of products. Our product variable typically hits low traffic halfway through the month and sometimes earlier if when we get hit by bot traffic on higher funnel pages.

It would be great if you could tweak the low-traffic logic to give preferential treatment to a product variable value if it exists within an order. An order should automatically trigger the removal from low-traffic - even if purchased only once.

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19-07-2016

Interesting idea, @michael-jet! I'd rather see us solve the low traffic problem entirely Smiley Happy

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I think the unique limits should increase, at least for the product variables, and maybe give us one more special variable to use for CustomerID.  It is common to capture CustomerID onto an eVar, and 500k unique CustomerID a month is just not enough.

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21-07-2016

@michael-jet I think you can get Adobe to increase the uniques limit against your company - at a previous company I had this raised to 1 million

 

@benjamingaines agree it would be good if Adobe removed this issue all together 😄

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21-07-2016

thanks for replies... I have already raised my limit (with special permission) to 7 million.  I need more. : )

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