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Add UI text in page delivery to let user know if selected refinement type (e.g. URL contains) can take multiple line separated values

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19-05-2021

Description -

In template rules for page delivery, add a note to the UI when multiple values can be accepted on different lines. In other Adobe products (e.g. Analytics processing rules), this is made clear in the UI. It is also made clear in the audience creation dropdowns. This makes it seem as though you can't do this in page delivery, otherwise you'd think the same message of 'Enter each value in new line' would be applied to the empty field

Why is this feature important to you -

In Target, it looks like you can only have a series of AND rules or OR rules. By allowing multiple values in an AND rule, you're effectively adding in the option to use AND and OR. Currently, as it isn't common knowledge that you can add multiple values we have situations where we're deploying identical tests for slight variations in things like query parameter value and URL.

How would you like the feature to work -

Literally, just a note in the UI when you select an option from a dropdown to let you know if multiple values can be added as separate line items and it will function like an OR rule

Current Behaviour -

No information provided in the UI so end-users unaware of flexibility leading to multiple tests being deployed doing the same thing

Target UI