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Activity Reporting - Get Conversion and Impression Data by Date

zach_shearer
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Level 3

I'm reviewing the results of a recent A/B test. I've selected by date range, changed the reporting methodology to visits, and exported the resulting data to CSV. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find a method to download the data by date. Is this not possible with Adobe Target? Note that I do not use Adobe Analytics. This seems like a fairly basic functionality that I'm likely just missing. I've searched this forum and the documentation and I can't find anything about exporting the data by date. 

Adobe Target Reporting
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ryanr701
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Employee

Hi @zach_shearer

We used to have a daily csv report in the Classic Target interface. Sadly I don't believe it's available any longer. Daily reporting is quite easy to do with AA now but for Target reporting here are the current options:

  1. Use the trend view of the reports. Switch to Daily and then Unique Visitors or Conversions 9-15-2020 5-57-14 PM.png
    1. It isn't a perfect solution, but can get you some level of daily detail

  2. A bit hacky, but you could use the performance API (http://developers.adobetarget.com/api/#get-ab-performance-report). You can add a reportInterval parameter to specific a specific range. This can allow you to make a request for each day and thereby allow you to collect the daily report numbers. Something like this API call should work once you have your authorization: 

 

https://mc.adobe.io/{{tenant}}/target/activities/ab/{{activityid}}/report/performance?reportInterval=2020-09-15/2020-09-16

 

  • Also hacky, but if you don't mind parsing through a json file for the data, the UI makes a request to get that daily data when you load the trend report above you could grab. If you monitor the network calls it should be one with the file name of performance.at.json.

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ryanr701
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Employee
Employee

Hi @zach_shearer

We used to have a daily csv report in the Classic Target interface. Sadly I don't believe it's available any longer. Daily reporting is quite easy to do with AA now but for Target reporting here are the current options:

  1. Use the trend view of the reports. Switch to Daily and then Unique Visitors or Conversions 9-15-2020 5-57-14 PM.png
    1. It isn't a perfect solution, but can get you some level of daily detail

  2. A bit hacky, but you could use the performance API (http://developers.adobetarget.com/api/#get-ab-performance-report). You can add a reportInterval parameter to specific a specific range. This can allow you to make a request for each day and thereby allow you to collect the daily report numbers. Something like this API call should work once you have your authorization: 

 

https://mc.adobe.io/{{tenant}}/target/activities/ab/{{activityid}}/report/performance?reportInterval=2020-09-15/2020-09-16

 

  • Also hacky, but if you don't mind parsing through a json file for the data, the UI makes a request to get that daily data when you load the trend report above you could grab. If you monitor the network calls it should be one with the file name of performance.at.json.

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zach_shearer
Level 3
Level 3

Thanks for the options, @ryanr701. It's a little disappointing to hear that there isn't a user interface option to download by date. Is there some way to submit this as a requested feature? I'll take a look at the API options. I do already have a API connection setup so most of the work is done there.

ryanr701
Employee
Employee
Hi @zach_shearer, totally understand. You can submit it as an idea on this forum. https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-target-ideas/idb-p/adobe-target-ideas Then see if you can get it upvoted. Product does pay attention to these in their roadmap discussions.