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Can you send a screenshot of your segment definition? Are you sure you're using the AND operator or the OR operator? What metrics would you like to see for these URLs?

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- Adobe Analytics
You could create a segment where page URL is either A or B or C. That way you could get data for multiple URLs bundled together in a single row.

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The Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger is indeed an official tool developed and provided by Adobe, so it is as reliable as the DigitalPulse Debugger.I would argue that it is more user friendly, since it provides friendly names for the evars and sprops. It also works with the rest of the Adobe Experience Cloud stack, providing debugging info for not just Analytics, but also Target, AAM, MCID, and more,Here's a nice overview if you're not familiar with the tool: Debugging 2017.07 – Web Analytics for ...

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Occurrences counts the times the value (in this case c1) was set and persisted. It's basically page views + events on that page. Visits are basically sessions. Google Analytics uses page views, sessions and users; whereas Adobe Analytics uses page views, visits and unique visitors. These are roughly equivalent. To get to what you're after, I'd look at Visits by Entry Page URL (c1). This looks at the first Page URL (c1) recorded in a visit.Definitions/Reference:Occurrences Visit

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In the Report you have Visits as the metric. In the Workspace table you have Occurrences. Try changing one of the metrics to match the other.

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It looks like they are using the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger: Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger - Chrome Web Store Neither omnibug nor the Adobe Debugging Tool provide the functionality this user is looking for. Namely, instead of just prop12, they want to see the friendly name their organization has given prop12, e.g. prop12 - Time Parting (c12) or whatever they use it for.I've had this issue with the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger. I usually just log in again, close the debugger and/or rest...

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To find this information you'll need some implementation. You'll want to have two custom events fire: one when a user is presented with the chat button, and another when the user clicks the button.You'll be able to see volume and clickthrough, but also on which pages people see/click on the button.For the first event, I recommend a page load rule that looks for a specific html element unique to the chat button, such as a div or section with a specific class. When it sees your chat button it fire...

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It sounds like you are trying to track app actions and add in context data. Basically when a user picks a hair color, you'd create an Context Data object with your params/values. Then you'd make the tracking call.On Android this would look like this:HashMap exampleContextData = new HashMap(); exampleContextData.put("myapp.character.HairColor", "Green"); Analytics.trackAction("myapp.CharacterCustomization", exampleContextData);Reference:Track App Actions - iOSTrack App Actions - AndroidEdit: Oh a...

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It could be a problem with your Processing Rules for Marketing Channels. What rules do you have identifying Paid Search, Display, and Email?What URL parameter(s) do you use for campaign codes in those channels?You have to tell analytics how to differentiate between the channels for it to give you a report.References:Getting Started with Marketing Channels Processing Rules for Marketing Channels

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If you don't have access to Data Warehouse, and you also do not capture the IP address as an s.prop or something, you could try to narrow it down by other information about their technology.Does the majority of these downloads come from a single ISP? This would be the Domain dimension. Are they all using a specific version of a browser or operating system? If it's all coming from a single domain and a single version of a browser I'd be suspicious. You could also look at the Visit Depth and/or Hi...

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That seems about right to me, with the volume of total Leads. You could look at a simple table with Page as the dimension and your Participation Lead as the metric, but I believe this will show you the same two articles.Looks like during that time period you had two articles that were involved in visits that also included a Lead Complete.

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See if you can do something like a contribution analysis. There is a built-in tool.You could also look to see if you can manually find the source of the anomaly. Were the anomalous downloads all from one specific geographic region? Did they all use the same browser or have the same ISP? Did they all have the same last touch channel or referrer?

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If you're not as much interested in the path itself, but you are interested in which articles were involved in visits that completed leads, there is an alternative method.You would create a calculated metric with your Lead Completed event. Instead of the default allocation, set it to visit participation. What this does is give every page/article (and other evars if you use it this way), seen before the event full credit for the event. So you will see which pages/articles are contributing to Lead...

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Can you elaborate on what you consider an "entire" order? A placed order is easy. You just capture the time when the user saw the order confirmation page.But how do you know when a customer has an entire order in their cart? You could measure the time when they saw the first page of your checkout process. This would give you the time it takes for a customer to go through the checkout process.You could also measure the time when they saw the shopping cart (either the first time or the last time i...

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Do you manage your own AppMeasurement library or is it managed by Adobe?If you manage it on your end, you may already have s.Util.getQueryParam in there, and it would be safe to use, as you are the one managing this library.

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For # of days you could use the method described above. On the order confirmation page you store a data element with a time stamp that persists for the visitor. If there is a previous value in that element you calculate the difference between dates and store it in an evar.For # of visits you could use the Visit Number. Similar to the above, when someone gets to the order confirmation page you would store the visit number in a data element that persists for the visitor. If there is a previous val...

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Why are there so many query params for campaign? How many do you have total? If possible I recommend you use only one.If that's not possible, you could create a unique URL parameter data element for each param name you use. Then use those to populate s.campaign.

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This doesn't seem like a segment to me. I think an evar would be more appropriate.When you say you want to see how quickly customers make an order, do you mean how long it takes them to go from the shopping cart to an order confirmation page?Whenever the user begins to make an order, you could set a data element with a time stamp, and have this data element persist for a visit. Then on the order confirmation page you could have a page load rule that calculates the difference between the current ...

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Why do you need custom JS for your data element? Can you accomplish this another way?You could create a simple URL Parameter data element. Then you could use this element in the custom page code of the Adobe Analytics tool itself.This way you can still use custom JS with the URL query param, without any extra server calls, and without using _satellite.getQueryParam() or _satellite.getQueryParamCaseInsensitive().If you don't mind additional server calls, or need the data element for something oth...

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You can import this data via Adobe Analytics data sources: Data Sources Help Basically if you have access to the data you can manually upload (via FTP) a tab-delimited file, or you can connect Adobe Analytics via an API to collect the data.

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A visit is all the activity that a user does in one sitting. One unique visitor can have multiple visits, and one visit can consist of multiple page views. A visit ends when a user stops interactive with your site for 30 minutes, has 12 hours of consistent activity, generates 2500 hits, or has 100 hits in 100 seconds: Visit Consider a user who is going through a checkout process, gets most of the way through and remembers they forgot to add an item to their cart. Then they get to the billing pag...

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The people you share the project are able to save their changes as a new project (save as...). They are not able to save changes to the original project.

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There are a couple ways to do this. One would be to create a segment for all visits that contain an order. Then with this segment, use the flow visualization in Workspace to view the path that these visits took to the shopping cart page. You'd want to set the flow container to Visit.

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Right below the dimension name. In your case right below where it says Page.

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Change the panel to display 100 rows, then download the CSV. It'll have all 91.Edit: If you need more than 200 rows of data you'll need to use something like Ad Hoc Analysis.

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One way to do this would be to put the two dates (quote date and departure date) in the data layer. Then in DTM you could have a page load rule that fires on your quote confirmation page that calculates the days between those two dates and puts it into an evar.

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Adobe Analytics User A is leaving their position. User A has created some segments and workspaces. Some of these workspaces are scheduled to be delivered to multiple people on the first of each month. Today we are able to transfer User A's workspaces and segments to User B, but not the Scheduled Projects (aka the scheduled delivery of the pdf/csv of the workspace).If a new person wants to also receive one of User A's projects on the first of the month, User B can schedule the delivery of the pro...

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You'll need Appmeasurement.js 1.6.4 or higher for Marketing Cloud ID. Looks like it's called the Experience Cloud ID now.Source: Requirements for the Experience Cloud ID Service

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It would be useful for direct-call and event-based rules to see when they were fired last.

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eVars persist, whereas s.Props do not. s.Props can use pathing, whereas eVars cannot. For example, if you figure out a visitor's demographics, such as age or zip code, you'd want to put that in an eVar, so that when they convert, you'd be able to see this data. If you're measuring traffic, like link clicks, actions, etc. it would make sense to use an s.Prop.Sometimes it might make sense to use both for the same data.Reference: Comparing Props and eVars

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