Who would like to override which "Clicked an element" selector to use

eric9876588

31-07-2018

Since we're not living and working in a perfect world, I think that having the flexibility to override the css selector that Target uses when we choose "Clicked an element" in the "Goal and Settings" step would be so welcomed by a lot of us.

Not all websites have a perfectly safe and sound DOM.  Since Target decides by itself which css element selector string it uses, it is not always the best approach because it could result in having a lot of the html structure to never be changed... but that ain't always possible in real life.  Having a "CSS Element Selector" field like the one in the A/B workflow, in the "Experiences" step would be perfect.

Of course you would need to add validations and alerts...

Is there anybody that see a benefit for this kind of feature?

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croNinja

08-08-2018

That is certainly an essential thing we need. This has been raised here as well last year. Ability to Manually Type Click Goal Selectors
Not sure if the Adobe team has picked this one or not yet.

nicolaih3098407

12-06-2019

@ Adobe is this on your roadmap?

Amelia_Waliany

Employee

11-09-2019

Hi! Yes, we are working on generally improving the click tracing flows for users.