Not necessarily, but starting with a feed is a great way to bring in
your entire catalog at once. This is the way that I started my catalog
and I also set-up rules in Launch to feed the catalog on an ongoing
basis. However, to do this you must write all your data (name value
pairs for the catalog parameters) to the data layer so Launch can pass
it. Everything I needed was already available due to it's SEO value. If
you only set-up the rules to pass data to the mbox and into the catalog
you have ...
It would be REALLY beneficial if I could change my action type (i.e.
insert after) within the modifications section without having to delete
it and recreate it as desired (i.e. insert before). I have run into a
scenarios where I need to "insert before", but created a bunch of things
as "insert after" before realizing an issue existed. I can change my
selector, but not my action type so I have to redo everything and it's
very time consuming.
I find the root very useful in changing content in my tests, but the
only place to find it now is the modifications section within a test. It
would be wonderful if you would expose the root in the Offers section
with each offer (i.e. name, type, source, root, modified) or show it in
the offer (i.e. name, root, code).
It would be great to be able to have multiple audiences for multiple
audiences in a single test. For example, you have 5 partners and each
has 5 discounts. I can run the 5 partners in one test and vary the
creative to match each partner, but I can't alter the discount in Target
by using an audience. Doing so is another level of audience branching
that is not currently possible, so I have to run them as 25 experiences
across two pages in one test when I really only want one experience
across 5 pa...
Is Adobe Target billed on every page view of every page where the
library is delivered? Or is it billed for the whole domain where the
library is delivered, even if it is not delivered to all pages or site
sections within that domain?
The only place I have seen Global mbox server calls and page views is
the reporting that I get from my Adobe team at renewal time. It's very
frustrating to not have the ability within the platform to monitor this
on my own as the year progresses. I can't be the only one who feels this
way, so I wondered why Adobe Target does not have this functionality