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  • 13-10-2022
    So yes you can write into the userprofile values like adobe.target.trackEvent({ mbox: 'carttotal_track', params: { 'profile.carttotal_morethan100': 'true' } }); How Do I Use the adobe.target.trackEvent() Function? Which I don't think works directly if you just put in the value of the cart - because ...

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  • 13-10-2022
    Yes the at.js is powerful in itself and can also cover e.g. a SPA accordingly and also holds an own pre-hiding in itself which can also be influenced via e.g. the targetGlobalSettings() function. But this should not bother you. But do you have flickering problems in general?

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  • 13-10-2022
    I agree with @Gaureshk_Kodag. I wouldn't change anything in at.js itself. That doesn't make much sense because you don't want to change the code every time you update the at.js because there is a new version. Besides, the logic in the at.js is correct and works even if the interaction with the pre-h...

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  • 13-10-2022
    You only need the pre-hiding snippet if Target is loaded asynchronously. It is asynchronous via the GTM. However, here you still have to consider which rules are created in GTM to load Target. If there are rules or conditions that control whether the target should be loaded at all (e.g. Consent etc....

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  • 13-10-2022
    You can write values into the UserProfile. These are then real time on the client side and in the calls with Adobe Target. Think that if you want to retrieve these values via the API - it's probably not real time (not sure about that). But if you write client-side in the profile - okay user has seen...

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  • 27-09-2022
    You could use the Adobe Target API to write a script that returns the activities - and you sort the script by modifiedAt and generate an excel. http://developers.adobetarget.com/api/#list-activities Alternatively, you can also just display the activity list via Postman accordingly or sort by last up...

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  • 27-09-2022
    There is a mobile SDK - hope this will help you:https://developer.adobe.com/target/implement/mobile/

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  • 26-09-2022
    You can wait here with on document loaded - there is certainly also more elegant way. function yourFunction () { console.log("document loaded"); } (document.readyState != 'complete') ? document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function() { yourFunction() }) : yourFunction(); You'll probably do s...

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  • 26-09-2022
    I rather recommend a tool to evaluate the data. You can also access the reports via the Adobe Target API - but only raw data is stored here - no calculations. A tool can be e.g. Adobe Analytics (is of course recommended, because that is pretty smooth with A4T and is very good to evaluate). But basic...

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  • 26-09-2022
    Could you take a screenshot of the network tab - and search for "delivery" (or if you still have at.js 1.x search for "mbox") - and take a screenshot of that?

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