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when adobe target activity experience is broken down with page URL Dimensions, i can see multiple url and pages which is not part of that activity experiences.do we have an answer on this a why the url and pages which is not related to the activity gets data on the dashboards 

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If this is done in Workspace, the target variables behave like evars, they are persisted. 

So, for example, as user sees:

  • Page A (not part of the test targeting) > no version set
  • Page B (in the test, version A) > Version A
  • Page C (in the test, Version A) > Version A
  • Page D (not part of the test targeting) > Version A

If you correlate Version A to page name, you will see the following pages in the correlation:

  • Page B
  • Page C
  • Page D

 

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I don't have Target myself, but my guess is that your activity is based on User, not just the specific pages in your experience... for instance, if you run a test changing your product page, you would still want to see subsequent purchases from your cart which isn't technically a part of the experience, but you still need to get the metrics from there.

 

Other uses might be seeing how and what the user interacts with after seeing the experience... 

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Level 10

If this is done in Workspace, the target variables behave like evars, they are persisted. 

So, for example, as user sees:

  • Page A (not part of the test targeting) > no version set
  • Page B (in the test, version A) > Version A
  • Page C (in the test, Version A) > Version A
  • Page D (not part of the test targeting) > Version A

If you correlate Version A to page name, you will see the following pages in the correlation:

  • Page B
  • Page C
  • Page D