The first - basically IE11 won't be a supported browser for Experience
Cloud tools anymore, so if you're using that browser, you might see
issues.Adobe will continue to track IE11 in the browsers report. I don't
anticipate that changing anytime soon - I'm pretty sure I still see line
items from people who still use Internet Explorer 6.
Hi debg46628983Adobe Mobile SDK provides APIs for tracking that can be
called from each application view or for any user action you may want to
track. There is no special API for scroll tracking, but you can
implement your own UIScrollViewDelegate, identify when the view was
changed and call one of our APIs:- for page/view tracking you can use
trackState.- for actions (e.g. button clicked, scrolling etc.) you can
use trackAction.Emilia DobrinSr. Mobile EngineerAdobe Experience Cloud
I can't get the Compare Time Periods feature to work at all. I have a
freeform table with a PageName value as the row, and Visits as the
metric. When I right click on the PageName value I don't see Compare
Time Periods as an option.
We have a multitude of business users who create ad hoc reports and send
copies to themselves via email, but the report archive does not include
any information about the construction or parameters of the report, such
as dashboard used, reportlets, time frame, segments, even the type of
report generated. This creates a tremendous volume of support time for
our organization trying to help re-create reports our business users
create and then want to recreate.