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Re: Category Affinity across more than one attribute
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For granularity, you can add a 2nd dimension to the category like so:scarves:silkscarves:cottont-shirts:cottont-shirt:linenetc...Now, when the user navigates your site, the category affinity array could look like this:[scarves:cotton, t-shirts:cotton, t-shirts:linen, t-shirts:silk, bedsheets:cotton]With this, you can see the visitor has an affinity for t-shirts, and also affinity for cotton products.

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With multiple activities on a page, is there a way for one activity to disable certain modifications from other activities?
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For example I have this use case:Activity 1: Updates elem1, elem2, elem3Activity 2: Updates elem2, elem3, elem4 Is there a way for another activity (Activity 3) to disable:Activity 1: disable update on elem3Activity 2: disable update on elem2

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Does scheduling activity end date remove all returning visitors from the activity experience once end date has passed?
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Let's say I have an activity (let's call this Activity A) that is scheduled to end at a future date (for this scenario let's have the scheduled future end date of 3/30/2019). A visitor visits the site 3/25/2019 and is placed into Activity A test experience. If the same visitor visits the site on 4/1/2019, will the visitor still be cookied in the experience they saw on 3/25/2019?

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Re: How do I update offer used in VEC modifications?
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Also found a couple other ways of finding the offerID:1) Edit another section in the VEC, select with 'Replace with HTML Offer' and select your new offer. Grab the offerID it uses and just delete this edit.2) In Target, go to the Offers List page and find your offer. Using browser developer tool, if you inspect element of the row your offer is listed, there is a data element there that has the offer id.

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How do I update offer used in VEC modifications?
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I made a copy of a campaign and in VEC > Modifications, the modification where I inserted an HTML offer has a field called 'Offer' with value /offers/root/XX/XXXX. Can I change this value to point to another HTML offer? If yes, how do I know what value to use for the other HTML offer?

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Can I use Response Tokens in offer?
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I have enabled activty.id and experience.name response tokens expecting that I can use ${experience.name} in an offer (or option). Am I using this incorrectly? Also, when I put the following code in the offer, tokens is empty:document.addEventListener(adobe.target.event.REQUEST_SUCCEEDED, function (e) { var tokens=e.detail.responseTokens;});

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