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I have a question related to domain and sub domain tracking in Adobe Analytics. I have a main domain names www.xyz.com and a sub-domain www.abc.xyz.com and I am trying to look at options for Adobe analytics (AA) implementation on the sub domain site. The main site already has AA implementation in place but the sub domain does no. There are two options in this situation, either to build new report suite for the sub domain or to build it within the existing domain. The end goal is that I should be able to build a customer journey across the sites. We are leaning towards creating a new report suite as the evars and props available for the main site are limited and we want to leave some buffer for the main site. However, the challenge with creating a new report suite is there will be two different journeys for the same visitor going to these different site. Are there any solutions where we can still track this visitor journey being on different report suites? Has anyone implemented anything similar? Thank you.

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There's a third option, which builds off your second option:

Track both main and subdomains to the same report suite, then use a Virtual Report Suite to be able to report on the subdomain separately.

Reference: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/virtual-report-suites/vrs-workflow/vrs-...

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