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Screen Size

savc9276832
Level 2
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Hi,

      I can't seem to find a concrete definition of what the cut off point is for a desk top screen size.

There is a report in Adobe Analytics which allows you to breakdown visits by screen size. But I'm having trouble deciphering which screen sizes are from desktop, does anyone know what the cut off point is for a desk top screen size?

Thanks in advance

Sav

1 Accepted Solution
Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

There are some mobile screens that have larger screens than desktop. If you're looking to differentiate mobile from desktop, screen size is not an ideal way to do it.

If you'd like to differentiate desktop from mobile, I'd recommend using the 'mobile device type' dimension in Analysis Workspace. You can also use this dimension in segments to look at other reports.

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PratheepArunRaj
Moderator
Moderator

Dear Savc,

Since the question is not related to Adobe Analytics but asked, I would do the below.

Go to Device Type Report, under 'Other' break down by Screen Size, get the list of screen sizes. Now decipher it with lower and higher threshold points.

Thank You!

Arun

Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

There are some mobile screens that have larger screens than desktop. If you're looking to differentiate mobile from desktop, screen size is not an ideal way to do it.

If you'd like to differentiate desktop from mobile, I'd recommend using the 'mobile device type' dimension in Analysis Workspace. You can also use this dimension in segments to look at other reports.

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Asheesh_Pandey
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

I would do a custom implementation to capture both platforms (desktop, mobile web, iOS, Android) and screenSize in all platforms. Use DTM to capture (desktop and mobile web) and proc rule (iOS and Android).