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Re: Adobe Launch - General Info & Questions
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- Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection
Will there be GDPR features available or broader opt-out options built-in for tools/extensions other than Adobe Analytics?

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Re: How to track video milestones in brightcove html5 player using adobe DTM?
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- Dynamic Tag Management
At a high level, after the 'play' event has occurred, you will need to bind additional code to monitor the progress of the video with something like setInterval. Within that function, you'd need to compare the "duration" of the video object to the "currentTime" in order to figure out if you had reached one of your milestones. You'd do some division of the two, currentTime/duration *100 to get a percentage to compare against and fire off a tag when you meet the milestone criteria.

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Re: add third party snippet to be activated with query string parameter
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If you are pasting this into a JavaScript code block, you need to remove the "" references as those are HTML, not JavaScript.

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