Adobe Target - Forms Experience - Click Tracking - Mbox Event is Sent but Metrics Aren't Counting

zach_shearer

17-08-2020

I have a forms experience setup on me homepage using the global mbox. I've setup click tracking but I'm not seeing the metrics aggregate in reporting. I have a backup metric that counts pageviews of the pages where the links go. So I know users are seeing these pages but the clicks aren't registering as I would expect. See below for more details. 

 

 

I'm tracking clicks using the following script (there are five buttons across five image carousel slides). 

 

    // Adobe Target Tracking
    document.querySelectorAll('li.glide__slide div.info a').forEach(link => {
        link.addEventListener('click', event => {
            adobe.target.trackEvent({
                    "mbox": "July2020_CarouselTest",
                    "params": {
                    "ctaClick": link.getAttribute('href')
                }
            });
        })
    });

 

I can see the mbox request when I use Adobe Experience Platform Debugger and click one of the elements. See the screenshot below. 

 

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In my Target activity, I've created a a conversion metric targeting the mbox mentioned above. I have a refining audience requiring a value be present in the ctaClick parameter. See below for screenshots detailing this. 

 

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As a safeguard, I've added an additional metric without the refining audience. Metrics aren't aggregating in activity reporting for this metric either. 

 

Screen Shot 2020-08-17 at 8.28.59 AM.png

 

Finally, as a third backup, I've added the pageviews where the button clicks lead to as a metric. Activity reporting is showing pageviews to these pages

 

Why isn't activity reporting showing any conversions on my trackevent associated clicks?

 

 

 

 

 

Adobe Target click tracking forms success metrics trackevent

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nzchris

17-08-2020

Hey @zach_shearer ,

 

From my understanding, to use the 'Clicked on mbox' method you need to wrap an mbox around the CTA and let the user actually click on it. I believe you should try 'Viewed an mbox' as you are firing the mbox after they click on it.

 

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Hope that works

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