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Visitor inside a visit

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Hi,

I didn't think this was possible until I created a segment and there was data in it.

Why does this work and what is the difference between this and if it was set to Visitor?

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Thanks

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If you have a broader container nested inside a narrower container (e.g. a visitor container nested within a visit container), it should behave identically to its parent container. In other words, if you nested a visitor container in a visit container, the visitor container should behave exactly like a visit container.

If you are seeing behavior that indicates otherwise, please post an example and I'd be happy to discuss it further!

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Hi lukep,

Actually,When it set to visit that mean only this visit journey data. while it set to visitor that mean many time visit journey data.

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

If you have a broader container nested inside a narrower container (e.g. a visitor container nested within a visit container), it should behave identically to its parent container. In other words, if you nested a visitor container in a visit container, the visitor container should behave exactly like a visit container.

If you are seeing behavior that indicates otherwise, please post an example and I'd be happy to discuss it further!