Hi Shruthi,Thanks for the response! I don't have access to the company
code base or Adobe Launch or DTM. How would you suggest passing the
parameters before at.js 2.x is loaded? I've tried
document.body.offsetWidth before in a profileScript, but I would receive
an error stating my syntax was invalid.
As mentioned in : Upgrading from at.js 1.x to at.js 2.x ,There doesn't
seem to be support for the following mbox parameters when upgraded to
2.x.I'm currently trying to create audiences where I only want visitors
whose browserWidth is greater than 800px to qualify for a specific
experience in my activty. Visitors whose browserWidth is less than 799px
would be allocated into another audience, and served a different
experience.I've tried implementing in this in the audience, but because
the site I...
Thanks for replying Mihnea,However I think there may be a bit of a
misunderstanding. When we mention the Tri-state area, we are referring
to the NY Metropolitan Area. The NY Metropolitan Area is a region that
is composed of certain cities, & counties of each state that are tied
socioeconomically. Please see the image below.As Shruthi N mentioned,
the only possible solution we can observe right now would be to include
every municipality and city, or zipcode within the metropolitan area.
I'm creating an activity that needs to shown to audiences who are
located in the tri-state or NY Metropolitan area. I'm wondering if
anyone knows of any simple or efficient methods to create this audience.
The only feasible solution I can currently see would be to include every
municipality and city, or zip code in metropolitan area, which would be
tedious on my end. Thanks!
Is there a built in feature in Adobe Target to measure the percentage or
the depth of the page that visitors have scrolled through in your AB
test? If not, what are some alternatives that you can suggest using? I
am open to any implementation that includes Adobe Analytics or