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Re: Table of Contents | Relative Panel ID Link
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- Adobe Analytics
I think your issue is somewhat related. The template is a special kind of AW project that allows you to build other projects with the same visualisations and layouts. But the panels in that new project are still specific to that project, so the TOC that is in the template and that uses the template's panels' links can't be replicated into that project.

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Re: Conversion is getting credited to Organic Traffic
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- Adobe Analytics
@NitinCT What happens when you use Visits as your metric, instead of Unique Visitors?

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Re: Different Report Suites in One Visualization?
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- Adobe Analytics
You probably can't from within the Analysis Workspace environment.But with a 3rd party visualisation tool (like PowerBI), you can connect all of your Adobe Analytics report suites as your data sources, then merge their data together and visualise them there.

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Re: Unique visitors to page dimension less than unique visitors to eVar saving page name
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
@philipk92120636 It might also be interesting to find out why the numbers aligned very well in February. That seems like the anomaly to me.

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Re: Reporting a sales funnel using sequential segmentation
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- Adobe Analytics
It depends. Changing from Hit to Visit means that a user must follow the journeys like the examples that I had provided. But if the user would actually have Cart Views and Orders in the same visit, then you'd want to nest those 2 steps in one Visit container.

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Re: Tracking Call Clicks via Adobe Launch
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Sure, you can:a[href^="tel:"]Reference: CSS Selectors Reference (w3schools.com)

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Re: Reporting a sales funnel using sequential segmentation
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- Adobe Analytics
Your first segment will include a user journey like this:Visitor "harry"Visit 1:Hit 1: Page = homepageHit 2: Page = AVisit 2:Hit 1: Page = about usHit 2: Page = contact usHit 3: Page = B, Events = scViewHit 4: Page = XVisit ...Visit 5:Hit 1: Page = homepageHit 2: Page = C, Events = purchase In other words, as long as the same visitor had hits in your specified sequence even if they were in different visits, he would get included in your segment. Your second segment will include this user journey...

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Re: Analytics data not reflecting in dashboard-Adobe Analytics
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- Adobe Analytics
@Knowledgeseeker98 what are the Attribution and Expiration settings for your eVars in the report suites' admin settings?

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Re: Monthly Unique Visitors for each Operating System
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- Adobe Analytics
Unique Visitors, as the metric implies, counts the number of visitors, which for all intents and purposes is the number of people.It is entirely possible for the same person to be tracked with different operating systems, and people could be updating their OSes regularly (e.g. through automatic updates).Try including the Visits metric in your table. Do the rows' Visits add up to the total? It is unlikely that a person's OS could update midway while browsing your website.

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Re: Attribution Modeling in Adobe Workspace
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- Adobe Analytics
I assume that you know the basics of attribution modelling, i.e. common models like first touch, last touch, linear, etc., and also why attribution modelling is used.AA's attribution modelling works differently from GA's in that there isn't a dedicated Attribution report. Instead, you can set an attribution model per metric within a freeform table.I suggest that you start with these:Attribution overview | Adobe AnalyticsAttribution models and lookback windows | Adobe AnalyticsMetrics | Adobe Ana...

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Re: Dynamic Day counter
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
Here's one way:Ensure that your panel's date range is for your experiment's dates.Add a freeform table.Drag the "Day" dimension into the table. Delete the "Occurrences" metric.Add a new metric to the table, using the formula "Row Count ()". You should end up with the same number in all rows.Create a Summary Number visualisation from the metric in the first row.The Summary Number should now show the number of days that your experiment has been running for.

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Re: filter classification rule
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Regarding your "tes" value in 1depth, it's because of your RegEx. I believe 1depth is getting the content of the $2 group.So, with some colouring to help to explain:Your regular expression for 1depth: ^(gnb: )(.[a-zA-Z0-9 ]+)[^_$%^&]Your value and its matches: gnb: test_company_allThe red expression is preventing the last character from being included in your green expression. So instead of "test", you're getting "tes", i.e. without the last "t".Likewise with "gnb: test2_company_all" and "gnb: t...

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Re: Calculated Metrics - can we use RegEx in calculated m...
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- Adobe Analytics
Due to AA's backend technical limits, RegEx is not supported almost anywhere in AA, particularly in segments and calculated metrics.

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Re: Extend Cross-Device Analytics to become Cross-User-Agent Analytics as a method for identifying unique visitors generally
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- Adobe Analytics
@Matt_Freestone , my idea builds on field-based stitching.There are 2 aspects of CDA that are not immediately apparent (to me):If a user is using a client's mobile app, and within that app, he causes an in-app browser to open with the client's website. Let's say CDA is already in use. Will AA know how to stitch the hits from the app and in-app browser together? My idea intends for that to happen.While CDA results in a "People" metric, I don't recall reading anything about how it affects the exis...

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Re: No recorded visits for tracking code but has conversion values
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- Adobe Analytics
@cam_213 what is your Tracking Code variable's Expiration setting? Is it the default "Week" or something else? And what is the date range of the report that you're running?

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Re: Form submission not firing rule in Adobe Launch to se...
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
@e30powar Perhaps you can move your form submission tracking to the next page. So if it's a valid Thank You page, then you can track your form submission there.

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Re: Data Element Works only with return Statement
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
@Gianluca is the variable set when the page is loaded or later on, e.g. through a script that gets executed after page load? Alternatively, are you able to provide a link to the web page for us to see?

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Re: Form submission not firing rule in Adobe Launch to se...
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
@e30powar isn't that the correct behaviour, though? The form was submitted after all.

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Re: Table of Contents | Relative Panel ID Link
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- Adobe Analytics
Panel links work within the panels' AW project only. So if you use project B's panel links in project A, you should expect to open project A first, and the browser window then jumps to the linked panel.

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Re: Data Element Works only with return Statement
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Just to confirm: inside Adobe Launch, you have setup a Data Element from Core > JavaScript Variable, and you've specified the name of your JavaScript variable in that data element's configuration, right?

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Re: Set the mid (ECID) value from the query string
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
My understanding is that ECID can't be set "externally". It is set purely from callbacks with Adobe's own API calls.

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Extend Cross-Device Analytics to become Cross-User-Agent Analytics as a method for identifying unique visitors generally
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- Adobe Analytics
Description - Cross-Device Analytics allows analysts to understand user behaviour across devices, by stitching device data together.I would like to see this extended to become more of a general "Cross-User-Agent Analytics", where (field-based) stitching works across devices and browsers (and even standalone browsers and in-app browsers in mobile devices).I would also like to see this extended to all AA SKUs, not just AA Ultimate.Why is this feature important to you - Given modern browsers' track...

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Re: Allow Classification Rule Builder to work on more than 1 level deep
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- Adobe Analytics
@jeff_bloomer Yes, that is how I'm expecting my Classification Rules to work. But they don't. So every time there is a new Product, then even though I have valid Classification Rules to assign values to the nested classifications, those nested classifications never get set, even several days after the Product has been tracked. So I end up having to use Classification Importer to get the classifications in place.

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Re: sequential segment only before/after single criteria
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- Adobe Analytics
Yes, that's correct.

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Re: What is a reasonable % of unspecified traffic sources?
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@CarbonCopyCC What "traffic source" are you referring to? I guess you're coming from Google Analytics. Adobe Analytics has various kinds of traffic source reports, e.g. Referrer, Referring Domain, Referring Type, though I think you meant Marketing Channel. Is that correct?

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Re: How to determine what URL parameter is mapped to s.ca...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
If you're using Adobe Launch as your tag manager:Open the Adobe Analytics extension.Expand the "Global variables" section.Under "Additional settings", look for the "Campaign" subsection. It might look like this:

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Re: Can I restore a dashboard in Adobe Analytics to a pre...
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- Adobe Analytics
I've seen this work sometimes.If you have a shared link to one of those old versions (i.e. a "an.adobe.com" link), open it. It might open up that old version of the dashboard.

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Re: sequential segment only before/after single criteria
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- Adobe Analytics
Here's a non-obvious way to create your segment: use the Fallout visualisation to help you. Click "Create segment from touchpoint" from the contextual menu. Then edit the segment as desired, e.g.

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Re: How to get the environment name in analytics.
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- Adobe Analytics
@vijithar4145255 if you don't want to add custom code, install the "SDI Toolkit" extension from Search Discovery. You can then create a data element that returns the Launch build info.

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Re: Adobe launch Rule Creation Suggestion
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I think Option 1 is the "most correct" approach.Launch's Core extension has several Event types that can respond to browser events. Mouse clicks are one of them, under the "Click" Event type. Furthermore, this Click Event type is not limited to regular elements, so it can be used to detect clicks anywhere. When configuring the Event, you can set any valid CSS selector. In your example, the selector can be as simple as ".adobelaunchtest". You can also comma-separate selectors to include more than one with the same Event type, then you don't need to create multiple Rules if they all share the same Conditions and Actions.If you're worried about having too many Rules to manage, you can go with a hybrid approach, e.g.Use your jQuery method for clicks within pages' content.Use the Click Event type for "common" elements, e.g. header and footer links, menu navigation.But I would personally use the Click Event types only, even if it results in more Rules being created. I think that approach is more in line with how Launch has been designed to be used, and might also make sense to future maintainers of your Launch property.

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