As per Adobe Analytics documentation, Bounces are defined as :
"A visit that consists of a single server call. For example, a single page visit is a bounce if a visitor does not interact with the page in a way that sends data to Adobe, such as clicking a link or a video start. If more than a single hit is received in a visit, a Bounce is not counted."
Suppose I have a custom link server call which triggers immediately after the pageload call when I enter my site . Adobe Analytics will document this visit as a non bounced visit, since there were multiple server calls.
Is there any configuration/coding technique which would make Adobe Analytics to conclude such a visit (with only a pageload call and one custom link server call in the session) as a Bounced Visit? Basically can we disable the custom link from Bounce Rate calculation?
I know we can do this in Google Analytics where in we can tag events with 'opt_noninteraction' to make it not part of the Bounce rate calculation
_trackEvent(category, action, opt_label, opt_value, opt_noninteraction)
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