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Experience targeting with url parameter

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Hi,

I'm doing a test with an experience targeting use case where users who are coming in with '?social' in the url, should see a different version of the page than all other users.

I have therefore created a target segment as follows:

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and set up my test as such:

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However when I try my test, this does not seem to be working. the QA links work properly, but when I access via another device / browser with the '?social' added to the url, this does not work.

Can anyone help me setting this up correctly?

Kind regards,

Karolien

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Hi Karolein,

Is there a reason you cant just use a site page rule that looks at the current page for query "social"?
current-page-query-example.png

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Hi Karolein,

Is there a reason you cant just use a site page rule that looks at the current page for query "social"?
current-page-query-example.png