@SCB21 if you are asking if there is a native feature within AEP
Segments to split a single audience into two or more mutually exclusive
segments ( Like Audience Lab in Adobe audience manager) that may not be
possible today. You will have to rely on doing this within the
destination (if possible) an...
@sheejo Ah ok, so clearly you can copy/edit these segments when you copy
from one sandbox to another. The other thing i would try is use the
segment definition and create a new segment via API (in the desired
sandbox) and check if you can then edit, if this works you can bulk
create the segments and...
Unfortunately that's the drawback of copying segments via API, they are
not editable. you have couple of options to proceed and try Edit the
segments via API: Like @AvinashGupta01 mentioned in this comment, use
the patch endpoint to this, however this is not business user friendly
(unless they know ...
@Saurabh_G There are quite a few ways for you to consider getting data
into AEP if there is no native connector. Here are some options and
documentaiton to those. Cloud Storage: one option is organise data from
your sources into cloud storage (example GCP) and push it thru to AEP.
FTP/SFTP: Push dat...
@Jamantai You can read here on how to tag your google ads with tracking
parameters, this example shows UTM params, you can additionally add the
parameters used for adobe anlaytics ( example ?cid=cmpName:cmpDate )
Also i dou...
@Jamantai Right so what you are to do is two different things. Use the
Google Ads connector: This ( as you mentioned) sources mainly the
campaign performance report and may not include user behavior (
generally or at campaign level). The purpose of this would be to get
this data into Adobe CJA (or a...