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Adobe Launch - Have labels/folders/groupings for Rules and Data Elements

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18-11-2019

The struggle is having to create elaborate Rule Names to determine what is included in a rule.

The community has created long names to resolve this pain point but it is becoming too long and a huge learning curve for people being onboarded into an implementation.

The recommendation would be to create labels and/or folders similar to Google Tag Manager or DTM's feature but with a better UI.


Each Rule and Data Element can be attributed to labels and the search will have filters to associate a combination of labels.

Suggestion on User Interface:

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Clicking on Labels will do a filtered search based on the labels. Search can also look for multiple labels at a time. (example: Clicks + Facebook)

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This would make a lot of sense, I would assume for consistency Adobe would make it work like 'tags' in Adobe Workspace for the project list or components.  i.e. if you want to search for a 'tag' you just put a '#' in front (e.g. #clicks #facebook #all pages)