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A4T (Adobe Analytics for Target) Click Attribution

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02-04-2019

Hello,

I am currently running an A/B masthead test and have the test reporting set to Analytics.   What I am noticing in my QA is that the click tracking is identical between my control and target experiences. 

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Adobe Analytics propx: masthead:clicked

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Adobe Analytics propx: masthead:clicked

With A4T, what do I need to implement in order to pass Adobe Analytics a click tracking value to differentiate by test clicks from my control clicks?  (i.e. propx: mastheadtest:clicked)

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The click-through metric (adobe analytics metric) is linked to the experience ID (e.g. control vs. test). Have you noticed any issue in the reporting?