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  • This happens to users in our org. Somewhere during the login process you are prompted to choose Personal or Enterprise. If our users choose Enterprise they get stuck in this loop, so we've been telling our users to choose Personal even though its counter intuitive.

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  • Try something along these lines:var insurer = _satellite.getVar('data_element');then later...ga('gcg.set','dimension70, insurer);Edit: Check your data elements, are they javascript elements? Do they have a path that is different from their name?Edit2: Are the data elements properly set up? Go to the...

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  • When you're setting the Insurer, product type and name in the GA tag are you surrounding the data elements by quotes?i.e. are you doing this      ga('gcg.set','dimension70,"%data_element%");or are you doing this       ga('gcg.set','dimension70,%data_element%);you should be doing the second one  

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  • Check out the documentation for sending in along additional data in a trackAction: Track App Actions You can put the current page at the time of the action into the context data, and then map it to your desired evar/sprop. Then you'd be able to see the pages/screens on which your action happened.

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  • A bounce is a visit with a single server call: Bounces Is it possible that when a user lands on these pages more than one server call is sent? Fire up the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger - Chrome Web Store and navigate to these pages like your users would. i.e. are they coming from an ad, direct tra...

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  • Can you elaborate on what you consider an "entire" order? A placed order is easy. You just capture the time when the user saw the order confirmation page.But how do you know when a customer has an entire order in their cart? You could measure the time when they saw the first page of your checkout pr...

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  • For # of days you could use the method described above. On the order confirmation page you store a data element with a time stamp that persists for the visitor. If there is a previous value in that element you calculate the difference between dates and store it in an evar.For # of visits you could u...

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  • This doesn't seem like a segment to me. I think an evar would be more appropriate.When you say you want to see how quickly customers make an order, do you mean how long it takes them to go from the shopping cart to an order confirmation page?Whenever the user begins to make an order, you could set a...

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  • There are a couple ways to do this. One would be to create a segment for all visits that contain an order. Then with this segment, use the flow visualization in Workspace to view the path that these visits took to the shopping cart page. You'd want to set the flow container to Visit.

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