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  • 03-11-2017
    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...

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  • 02-11-2017
    In Analytics > Components > Scheduled Projects, if you click on the blue title of the project, you should be able to edit the scheduled project to add new recipients. There is no Edit button, you just click on the title.Reference: Scheduled Projects

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  • 26-10-2017
    Apple does not report the model of the device in the user agent string. You could guess based on screen resolution, and build a classification. You could also use the version of iOS to approximate the age of the device.Adobe Analytics currently uses data from DeviceAtlas to decode user agents into h...

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  • 25-10-2017
    I'd appreciate the ability to use calculated metrics with histograms.

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  • 25-10-2017
    If you are tracking a web property, then this is correct. The Mobile Device dimension will list the model breakdown for Android devices and just Apple iPhone and Apple iPad for those devices. If you are tracking an app via the SDK, the Device Name dimension will break down the Apple devices by their...

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  • 24-10-2017
    If you know who your Adobe account rep is, it may be easier to go through them. Otherwise you can contact Client Care via email at clientcare@adobe.com

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  • 24-10-2017
    Your understanding of Hit Depth vs Visit Depth is correct. In your example above, Visit Depth for both Page A and Page B would be 2. Hit Depth would be 1 for Page A and 2 for Page B.Visit Depth would tell you how many pages someone viewed during a visit that included adding to cart (i.e. pages per v...

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  • 23-10-2017
    A single visit can span across two days. For example, consider a visit that starts at 11:30pm on October 23rd and ends on 12:15am on October 24th. For the month of October, you'd see one visit. For October 23rd, you'd see one visit; for October 24th you'd also see one visit. If you add those two tog...

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  • 26-09-2017
    Can you elaborate on where you see the values for the ticketing page firing if not in the dev console?If we disregard the page load rule for a moment, are you getting page views for the ticketing page?The iframe itself has dtm installed right? with the header and the pageBottom stuff?You know how yo...

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  • 26-09-2017
    Why are they in two different DTM properties? Seems like it would be easier to have them in the same property.Is your Page Load rule published or is it in staging? Do you use the DTM Switch plugin? It's possible that you have the Main page in staging, but the Secondary stage not in staging. If this ...

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