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How do I insert page title into a target experience?

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Level 2

I believe this is under tokens but I am rusty. 

 

A sample text would be:

 

To continue to (page title), please fill out your information below.

 

Thank you for your help. 

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Employee Advisor

@RYJO2021  If I am not wrong you are trying to pass dynamic data in Target offers. Please have a look at this document and let me know if you are looking for any specific information: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/experiences/offers/passing-profile-attributes-t... 

 

Hope this helps.

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Level 2

Hello, 

Yes, that is the concept I have been trying to use. I am struggling with figuring out what value to use or page name or page title? I have a hard time imagining those aren't a standard value but I can't seem to find a resource that lists all the parameters. Is this resource available somewhere that I am missing? This seems like an incredibly common need to inject the page name or some other value that is already present, similar to how it works in recommendations. 

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Employee Advisor

@RYJO2021  the values to be used here are passed either as mbox parameter or profile parameter with Target.

For example:

  • You are passing "pageName , pageTitle" information in mbox parameters using targetPageParams() and then you may use these parameters within the offer dynamically "${profile.pageName}".
  • Pass any profile parameter using profile attributes and then utilize it within offers "${user.parameter}".

Hope this helps.

 

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Level 2

I have tried that, and it didn't work. Does there specifically need to be a response token on the page for pagename? I'm guessing not but can't wrap my head around why it isn't working. 

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Level 6

Pls validate at least one profile is that having pagename and title. 

 

if yes, you can access name and title based on type like ${profile.name} or ${profile.title} or ${user.name} or ${user.title}. 

 

Thank You