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How can I check my user profile is qualified for Audience Manager Trait or Segments?

anbhatt
Employee
Employee

Am I qualified for an Audience Manager Trait/Segment or not? How can I verify?

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Linda_Stinson
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Employee
Employee

The Visitor Profile Viewer uses the AAM UUID and by default looks at the demdex cookie on the browser where you are accessing the AAM UI. You can inspect your network traffic on another browser and copy and paste the demdex ID into the UUID field in the Visitor Profile Viewer and refresh. This is useful when you want to test different user profiles with different online browsing behaviors.

Another way to see segment qualifications is to map the segment to a cookie destination and examine the "stuff" object that is part of the response to the event call for client-side implementation or the analytics call (filter on b/ss) for server-side implementation.

(I know you probably know this Ankit, but for future readers! )

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anbhatt
Employee
Employee

The best way to determine if you have been qualified for an Audience Manager Trait or Segment is to use the Visitor Profile Viewer.  The Visitor Profile Viewer is located under the “Tools” menu on the left navigation bar within AAM UI Portal.

By default the Visitor Profile Viewer will show all of the Traits and Segments that you have qualified for.  For traits, it will also show the date of the last realization and the frequency of realizations.  For Segments, it will show the date of the last realization for real-time segments, or whether it is an on-boarded segment.

Note: Please be aware that for on-boarded traits there is a 24 hour delay, and for segments there is a 12 hour delay before the report will reflect those realizations.

Linda_Stinson
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

The Visitor Profile Viewer uses the AAM UUID and by default looks at the demdex cookie on the browser where you are accessing the AAM UI. You can inspect your network traffic on another browser and copy and paste the demdex ID into the UUID field in the Visitor Profile Viewer and refresh. This is useful when you want to test different user profiles with different online browsing behaviors.

Another way to see segment qualifications is to map the segment to a cookie destination and examine the "stuff" object that is part of the response to the event call for client-side implementation or the analytics call (filter on b/ss) for server-side implementation.

(I know you probably know this Ankit, but for future readers! )

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