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hi - if i have the following flow and want to create a segment that only includes visits where a user hits the home page then reaches checkout page without seeing any product details page. would this be the correct way based on AA documentation? Flow example: home page --> product details page X --> checkout page Segment:Broad container [Visit]page = 'home page'then page contains 'product details' (exclude HIT)thenpage = 'checkout' AA documentation : Exclude between checkpoints - https://docs.ad...

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hi thank you for the responses.. but what about when looking at specific hits... like the example below when using a segment, visits metric and page dimension. id assume the page x visits would be zero since there was no hit with organic and page x? visit 1 - paid search-->page x --> organic-->page y segment applied- hit level-last touch channel = organicURL Visitspage x ??

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AA explains this in a very vague manner and doesn't give examples of multiple segments being applied of different hierarchies (hit/visit/visitor).. "You can apply more than one segment to a report (this is called segment stacking). When multiple segments are applied, the criteria in each segment is combined using an 'and' operator and then applied. There is no limit to how many segments you can stack." So going back to my example...I'm assuming then that when AA sees a hit based segment combined...

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Hi, I was wondering how AA processes data whenever there's multiple segments (of varying container logic - visit & hit level) appended to a specific workspace. Consider this scenario with 3 visits below:segments applied-visit level (include) | page = home-hit level (include) | page = winter boots1 - [ [home page] [winter boots] [about us] [contact us] ] 2 - [ [winter boots] [about us] [press releases] ]3- [ [home page] [about us] ] does AA technically always go through the largest hierarchical s...

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awesome, so just to make sure I'm 100% clear on this. AA is showing any evar value that was set throughout a visit and not the most recent value for that visit when breaking down by evar values? so in the above example i posted you would see each page incremented and not just page y incremented right?

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Hi just curious how adobe processes this sort of report when using an evar capturing page name vs a prop capturing page name while using the visits metric. I'm assuming for the evar page dimension, it is not using most recent allocation while looking at visits right?Just wanted to confirm that when using an evar with visits that it will just show what different evar values appeared with in visits and not the last value captured for that specific evar for each visit. (ex. entry-->page x-->page y-...

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hi thank you for the responses. but what about when looking at specific hits... lets say with last touch channel = organic and visits as the metric. Is this (below screenshot) specifically only looking at hits where organic was the last touch channel at the moment in time (in the hit the page was loaded) or the last touch channel just had to be set to organic at any point throughout the visit?visit 1 - paid search-->page x --> organic-->page y last touch channel = organicURL Visitspage x ??would...

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Hi when looking at my workspace with last touch channel as the dimension and visits as a metric, the total of the row items is not adding up to the total displayed in the workspace. From my understanding only one last touch channel should be attributed to a visit (hence the name, last touch), but when looking at the report in this way I'm seeing a fairly large discrepancy when summing the row items (screenshot below).Is adobe technically displaying here multiple last touch channels per visit? If...

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