Here is my simple use case:
we wanted to show the targeted content using Adobe Target for those who started filling the form steps but not yet completed.
Tracking the Form steps in specific eVarX(Adobe Analytics) and forwarding the same to AAM too.
s.evarX = "form:step1"
s.evarX = "form:step2"
Last Step/Confirmation page:
s.evarX = "form:step7"
So, the question is - if we go ahead the create rule based trait as below, will it work?
Rule Based Trait:
c_evarX == "form:step1"
c_evarX = "form:step7"
The trait expression c_evarX == "form:step1" AND NOT c_evarX = "form:step7" will work fine if we only want to target users who started filling up the form and have not completed it.
However,if we also want to track the progress of other steps also,then w e can build the expression like:
(c_evarX == "form:step1" OR c_evarX == "form:step2" OR -----c_evarX == "form:step6") AND NOT (c_evarX = "form:step7")