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Multiple experiences on page withe equal priority levels?

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I've found that on a page multiple experiences were running with equal priority levels.

This should not be done, but I was just curious what exactly happens. Does one test show or maybe one of the tests randomly? 

I can't find an answer in the docs, just that it could cause a collision. 

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Have a look at this page on priority: 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/target/using/activities/priority.html

 

Basically if they're on the same page with the same priority, the one that got activated last usually gets displayed (aka dropped last so it's the change that doesn't get modified)

 

From the documentation:

If multiple activities share the same priority level, then there are two tiebreakers:
  • If only one activity has audience targeting, that activity is displayed.
  • If all or none have targeting, then the activity that was approved first is displayed.

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Have a look at this page on priority: 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/target/using/activities/priority.html

 

Basically if they're on the same page with the same priority, the one that got activated last usually gets displayed (aka dropped last so it's the change that doesn't get modified)

 

From the documentation:

If multiple activities share the same priority level, then there are two tiebreakers:
  • If only one activity has audience targeting, that activity is displayed.
  • If all or none have targeting, then the activity that was approved first is displayed.

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Sorry I made a mistake in my first sentence. I meant to say 'got activated first usually gets displayed'

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Hi nzchris, thanks for your quick response! Good to know the order of activations matters in this case.