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Re: Edit experience names in MVT test
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Thanks everyone. I'm aware that the locations can be named, that's not what I asked about. It seems Adobe just doesn't allow the variation names in a multivariate test to be edited like they can be in an a/b test. This causes a huge headache when using A4T and Analytics for reporting.

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Is it possible to edit the names of experiences in an MVT test similar to in an a/b test? I am launching an MVT test with 27 variations using Analytics as the report suite via A4T, but I can't seem to edit the variation names to be descriptive. Am I going to have to deal with trying to keep track of "Experience A, Experience B, Experience C" which would require me to manually build a lookup table for this? Am I missing something?

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Issues Running Adobe Products In Multiple Chrome Tabs
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Anyone else running into an issue where Analytics, Target, Audience, or any combination of Adobe products will either not load or will endlessly ask to login if there are multiple tabs of each open in Chrome? For instance, my startup tabs in Chrome include Target, 3 specific Analytics workspaces, and Audience. Typically, the Analytics tabs will not load, then I'm forced to login in each of those tabs, which then causes the Target and Audience tabs to redirect to the top level Marketing Cloud pag...

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