Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
Bedrock Mission!

Learn more

View all

Sign in to view all badges

SOLVED

For newly created campaigns under a workspace, can we target Custom Audience by default  ( and not ALL VISITORS) ??

Avatar

Level 1

For newly created campaigns under a workspace, can we target Custom Audience by default  ( and not ALL VISITORS) - is it possible ?

 

Quick Background :

  • By default, the Adobe Target campaigns target "ALL VISITORS" audience when the campaign is newly created. 
  • ALL VISITORS would imply that Production Customers, QA/Internal Customers would all be targeted by default in our case - I believe this is the case with most of us. 
  • The developer should then manually reset the audience to target specific environments/audience before activating the campaign.
  • This has caused/is causing issues where-in newly created/half-cooked campaigns are being erroneously targeted for Production Audience. 

 

Query:

Is is possible to set a template / default audience for all the campaigns under a workspace to target a specific custom audience rather than ALL VISITORS ?

OR Any ideas to achieve this from the application code or any target configuration ? 

FYI - Ours is a web application. 

 

@adobe_support @adobetargetpro

1 Accepted Solution

Avatar

Correct answer by
Administrator

[1.19.22 Adobe Target Community Q&A Coffee Break Answer provided by @Jon_Tehero :

----------------------------

Hi @rahult_raghunandanan,

 

Thank you for your question. We don't have a way to default the audience (of a given workspace) to a specific audience. However, using our "host" and "environments" features, you are able to classify which domains or subdomains are associated with a given environment. Then when you launch an activity, traffic from pre-prod environments does not muddy the results of the test.

 

You can also use the "properties" feature to be very specific about where a user is able to push tests lives. When combining environments and properties, you have a lot of flexibility in how and where the practitioners can publish. 

 

I hope that helps!

----------------------------

Check out the entire 1.19.22 AT Community Q&A Coffee Break discussion thread for more insights on related topics

View solution in original post

1 Reply

Avatar

Correct answer by
Administrator

[1.19.22 Adobe Target Community Q&A Coffee Break Answer provided by @Jon_Tehero :

----------------------------

Hi @rahult_raghunandanan,

 

Thank you for your question. We don't have a way to default the audience (of a given workspace) to a specific audience. However, using our "host" and "environments" features, you are able to classify which domains or subdomains are associated with a given environment. Then when you launch an activity, traffic from pre-prod environments does not muddy the results of the test.

 

You can also use the "properties" feature to be very specific about where a user is able to push tests lives. When combining environments and properties, you have a lot of flexibility in how and where the practitioners can publish. 

 

I hope that helps!

----------------------------

Check out the entire 1.19.22 AT Community Q&A Coffee Break discussion thread for more insights on related topics