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Auto-allocate with multiple goal metrics

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Hello,

I'm looking to utilize the auto-allocate feature for an A/B test but I'm wondering if its possible to use multiple goal metrics with the auto-allocate feature? I know you can only add one goal metric, however, within one goal metric you can add say multiple clicks on a page within the VEC that will qualify for that goal, does this work affectively or inflate any of the success metrics at all? Specifically, I'm looking to track click-through rates for my goal of the test so I would need to include multiple button clicks on the page under this goal. Thoughts?

Thanks,

-B

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If you are comfortable with little bit of client-side javascript and firing off a custom mbox name, you could wire up all of your HTML event clicks to the same mbox name and then set up your Conversion metric to be "Viewed an mbox" instead of clicked an element. The implementation would depend on which version of Target you are using. You can probably start with this method https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/implement-target/client-side/at-js-implementati...

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If you are comfortable with little bit of client-side javascript and firing off a custom mbox name, you could wire up all of your HTML event clicks to the same mbox name and then set up your Conversion metric to be "Viewed an mbox" instead of clicked an element. The implementation would depend on which version of Target you are using. You can probably start with this method https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/implement-target/client-side/at-js-implementati...

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Thanks for the suggestion. Not a bad thought. I'll have to give this a try.