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Desktop Screen Wdth Based Targeting

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Community Advisor

Hi Team,

 

I am trying to target users based on screenWidth >1023 px. 

 

I am using Custom --> target-globa-mbox --> screenWidth --> greater then 1023 But I am not qualifying for this audience

I tried using profile script as:

if(mbox.name=="target-global-mbox")
{
var sW= mbox.param('browserWidth');
return sW;
}

 

But trace showing me as blank :

LordOfTheRings_0-1590559212546.png

 

I worked with screenOrientation in mid Jan 2020 and that was working for me. But now even screenOrientation is not working for me . Can anybody advise if something has changed ?


Thank you.

 

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Got to know from help doc that screenWidth is not currently supported for audience creation when using at.js 2.x .

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Got to know from help doc that screenWidth is not currently supported for audience creation when using at.js 2.x .

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Employee

Hi @ambikaTewari_ATCI 

Until this feature is available in 2.x , there is a workaround you can try as

“pass a custom parameter named “browserWidth” set to document.body.offsetWidth”  and then create an audience based on this parameter.

 

Regards,

Skand