Can Page Delivery Settings affect traffic allocations to our Target Experiment?

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28-01-2021

We launched our test in Target. In workspace for that same time period for the same page we're getting 1900 unique visitors. However in the A4T workspace our variants are getting about 200 unique visitors each for that same time period, so we're clearly missing quite a bit of users out there.

 

When creating the same experiment through Target from scratch we get the Page Delivery Settings modal, since our page is SPA do we need to add the additional URL to Template Rules? Would this also fix the substantial traffic that we're missing from our experiment or are these 2 unrelated issue? 

 

Thanks for all the help!

 

 

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@htk theres definitely something wrong in the reporting. I would say that the segments are not an exact match and that is the core of the issue. We need to evaluate if we are truly firing the global mbox and getting the expect experience on all the pages that are in scope for the segment in Adobe Analytics that we are comparing to.

 

Can you share more detail about how the experience is configured in Target? Is it a form based activity or a VEC activity? Also how do you handle the delivery in the SPA? Using at.js library or custom?