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@prathap08 it sounds strange that you encounter this problem of double slashes "//" in your prop's values only with the Typed/Bookmark referrer. If that is really the case, then it sounds to me like a bug that Adobe should fix. I suggest opening a ticket with Client Care for them to investigate and resolve.

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@prathap08 that's what I meant by I can't comment on Adobe's method of classifying referral traffic. If you believe it's wrong, you should open a ticket with Client Care for them to resolve.

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I can't comment on Adobe's method of classifying referral traffic under "Social Network".But if you are running a campaign in LinkedIn, then I think you should be using Campaign Tracking Codes with those links. You should then be able to report their performance with Marketing Channels.

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What URL dimension in your reports?In my case, I track the page URL to a prop. When I broke down the Referrer dimension by that prop, I got the correctly formatted URLs. When I report on the prop itself, I also get the correctly formatted URLs.

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 Looks like one is desktop IE, the other is mobile phone/tablet IE.

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I don't think you can track "why" with AA. I imagine you'd need to ask your users for their reasons, which a survey might be more appropriate for.

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Wouldn't your segment work for you as you've described?i.e. Visit segment that has eVar A exists

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Sure, you can use the solution provided in that linked article.Include the code in the section "The Fix - Intel vs Apple".In your AA implementation, set the appropriate eVars. E.g. if you have setup eVar18 to be the "Device Type" and eVar19 to be the "User-Agent", then you can do this: // assuming you use the code as-provided in the article s.eVar18 = window.deviceType; s.eVar19 = navigator.userAgent;​

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Actually, you might be more interested in this other input box:This lets you specify the domains that you don't want to track as exit links, i.e. your internal domains. So any link that takes you to a domain not in this list will be tracked as an exit link automatically.

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Use the Flow visualisation.It shows you the next (and previous) pages (or values from another dimension) from a starting point, ranked by Path Views.

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Cookie values can only be strings. I haven't personally tried storing non-text values in cookies using _satellite.cookie.set(), but if it's working for you, then that means Launch is able to stringify the object before storing it as a JSON value in the cookie._satellite.cookie.get() would return the cookie's value as-is, i.e. as a string. To convert it back to its original type, use `JSON.parse()`.E.g.var digitalDataString = _satellite.cookie.get("digitalData"); var digitalData = JSON.parse(digi...

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If you have pages or links that correspond with each journey stage, you can fire success events with them to "mark" their stages. You can then visualise the journey with a Freeform table or build a Fallout chart. You could also use these success events with Marketing Channels to see which channels have more conversions per stage.

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The best way would be to get your website's developer to set all of the required parameters somewhere for you to track. You have a few possibilities, for example:In the Thank You page, set these parameters in the page's data layer, and track them with your s.t() beacon.At the final form submission, send these parameters together in a Direct Call or Custom Event, and track them with a s.tl() beacon.

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No, Direct Calls can be run from any JavaScript code, whether in your web page, an external JavaScript file, or from within your Launch property.If you suspect that this particular Direct Call is being run from within your Launch property, you can try searching for the "searchResults" name in Launch's global search to see if it finds any matching Rule Component.

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I don't use Data Warehouse much, so my answer won't be 100% applicable to you.I prefer "Use generic success events and create calculated metrics for specific conversions using an eVar".In my experience, an AA user is more likely to want to know the total count of a success event rather than a unique count.If a unique count is needed, a Calculated Metric can solve for that.I don't particular use option 2. It's not trivial to calculate a total count from a unique count, if the total count is ever ...

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(This question is probably more suitable at https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-platform-launch/qa-p/experience-platform-launch-questions.)I think the error messages tell you everything that you need to know: in all of those Rules, you have specified some conditions. And each time, one or more of those conditions are not evaluating to "true" when the Rule runs.So your solution is simple:Open the Rule.For each condition:Evaluate when the condition returns true.Refer ...

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You can also use Activity Map, but you'd need every single one of those link elements, or a parent DIV, to have its own unique ID.

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Yes, that would be the correct thinking.

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Based on your reply to my comment, I'm going to say that this is what is happening:What you're seeing is a characteristic of the "Unique Visitors" metric, which basically counts the number of people (ignoring cookie deletions, tracker blocking, etc).Consider these 2 people: Harry and Sally.Harry visited your site on 23 Sep 2020 and saw zero products.Sally visited your site on 20 Sep 2020 and saw zero products. But she also visited on 23 Sep 2020 and saw 2 products.Let's assume that both Harry an...

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1. What is the Expiry setting of that eVar?2. How is the "Visitors who only saw zero shifts" segment defined?

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You can try https://launch-parser.com, which was built by @ursboller 

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Since the beacon needs to be sent "in the clear" from the user's browser to AA's server, the user (and anyone who intercepts the user's network traffic) will be able to see the data that you are tracking to AA.Normally, there's no issue with that because the data is about general website usage, e.g. which page is viewed, what link is clicked, etc. But if you're sending personally identifiable information (PII) like names, credit card numbers, etc., then you should really be asking yourself why y...

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@tbaker73 out of curiosity, why do you need to call a s.tl() immediately after a s.t() ?

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Since your link tracking is getting cancelled, then it means that yes, you need to add a delay when you track the link. Otherwise, the browser is navigating away from the current web page before the link tracking has completed executing, causing it to be cancelled.A 100ms - 500ms delay should be sufficient.

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It would be nice if we could favorite rules and data elements to make them quicker to access.Further functionality that would be useful:Pin favorites to the top of the listFilter the view by favorited items (similar to how views can be filtered by enabled/disabled)

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Can you provide a sample of your data layer code and how you've implemented your Link Click tracking? It's hard to troubleshoot without that additional information.

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No, the choice of xhr or gif doesn't affect your Adobe Analytics reports.

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Both xhr and gif work just fine. Which one is used depends on the amount of data that AppMeasurement needs to send to AA's servers. As long as you're getting HTTP 200 status with either of them, you're all good.

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You need to track the total price x quantity in the s.products string. So in your example, it should bes.products = ";abcd;1200;12";Reference: https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/implementation/vars/page-vars/products.html

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Sure, if the referrer is important to you, then you might want to report on the bounce rate from that referrer.But the results may not be actionable, because you can't control the referrers that your users use to reach your website. Maybe you would be able to determine which ones appear to be sending some kind of quality traffic (based on low bounce rate), and then maybe work out some campaigns with them.

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