Have you tried searching the Ideas section for a similar feature
request? If there isn't one, please submit your own and encourage others
to like the idea. Our Analytics product team is active in the community
and regularly reviews the top ideas.
The instances metric would give you the number of times that link was
clicked. You could then break that down by unique visitors or utilize a
segment to get to the data you are looking for. If you want to see how
many people downloaded the preview, you'd need to fire another call on
the download button/link.
I'm guessing there is some overlap in your implementations. In order to
have two Analytics implementations on the same page you need to change
the Analytics variable name. Typically this is the s object on normal
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Using alloy.js to send data to the Adobe Experience Platform is
currently in production and global. Most common solution use cases will
be live in May/June. Launch server-side features for non-Adobe use cases
later this year (but it’s in Alpha now).
Sending data to Adobe solutions is free. Sending data to other places
costs us $ so we will charge for it. The exact pricing is still being
worked out, but it will be VERY competitive. Some packages may include
it in the pricing.
Maybe. Adobe Analytics needs evars, so the data needs to be mapped. If
you use our suggested XDM schema (not required) we can auto map much of
that. If not, you will have to use processing rules. And yes, we’re
talking about a new UI for that.
No. The official name is Adobe Experience Platform Web SDK. The mobile
SDK is the same (change web for mobile). Despite the naming convention,
neither require Adobe Experience Platform to be purchased.
No. The data that hits our edge currently needs to be XDM. Your data
layer can match our XDM if you want to keep it super simple, or you can
map your data layer into XDM client side. Launch can help with that.