@thebenrobb , I certainly wasn't expecting my idea to be worked on right
now. But I think it will be something that is requested for down the
road. Your suggestion for using different rules would work, of course,
but it's not so neat.
I foresee one feature request as a result of this change: Branching
Actions. This would solve the problem where you don’t want the Action
sequence to terminate just because one Action screwed up. E.g. there
could be:one branch (B1) that sets Custom Code, then fires the AA
beaconanother branch (B2) that sets Custom Code, then branches out
into:a sub-branch (B2.1) that fires a Facebook beaconanother sub-branch
(B2.2) that fires a GA beaconetc
Adobe Analytics has a built-in segment, "Visits from Mobile Devices",
defined as Visit where Mobile Device exists. AA also has a built-in
segment, "Visits from Non-Mobile Devices", defined as excluding Visit
where Mobile Device Type = "Mobile Phone" or Mobile Device Type =
"Tablet". The problem with the "Visits from Mobile Devices" segment is
that Smart TVs are also considered Mobile Devices, but not Mobile Phones
nor Tablets. This table illustrates the contradiction: This is
Could another session like this be scheduled at an APAC-friendly
time?@kimenw If you're still answering questions, could you answer this?
What is an ideal at.js timeout setting? The default is 15sec, which is
really long. The anti-flicker hiding script (for sites using Adobe
Launch) has a timeout of 3sec, which is also kinda long.
Agree with @jenn9 that auto-logout wouldn't be the ideal solution here.
Also because it still requires human intervention, which defeats the
purpose of doing something automatically. I'm thinking of something like
Medium's interface where, as you type an article, it saves the draft
periodically on its own.
Just wanted to add that I had the same problem here, and found that it's
because of how segments are applied in Fallout charts, as explained
Hopefully, Adobe will change this so that the Fallout report in AW is
consistent with its R&A cousin.
While a user is making changes to any rule or data element, autosave the
changes periodically (e.g. every minute). If the user is logged out
automatically – which erases all unsaved changes, the user can have the
option of recovering from his last auto-saved state and pick up his work
from there. The autosave does not need to create a new revision
automatically. New revisions should still be made when the user saves
@Amelia_Waliany , both Analytics' and Experience Platform Launch's "?"
Help menu have direct links to their respective documentation homepages.
And there's also no reason for documentation to be "hidden" from Help,
given that Target requires a lot of help and learning to be used
Analysis Workspace provides a built-in "Days Since Last Visit"
dimension. However, this is at a granular "day" level. In some
visualisations, it would be more useful to see this by buckets, e.g.
"same day", "less than 3 days", "less than 30 days", etc. Since this
dimension cannot be classified (using Classification Import or
Classification Rule Builder), it would be good if Adobe can create a
"Days Since Last Visit Bucketed" dimension to support visualisations
that don't need granular per-day va...
Steps to reproduce:Open the AEC homepage at
and open in a new tab --> because I want to keep AEC homepage available
to access other products.In the new tab, the browser attempts to load
result:The browser eventually reaches
https://experience.adobe.com/#/@companyname/target/activities, just as
it would if you had left-clicked Target icon in the AEC homepage. Act...
Since the internal search function at docs.adobe.com isn't working
properly, replace it with Google Custom Search. After all, Adobe's own
employees already suggest searching docs.adobe.com with Google anyway
So save your users the extra step of going to google.com. Here's a
mock-up of what your internal search could look like:
Look at this screenshot: Did you know that you can edit the schedule's
time by clicking the "2:53 PM" time? I bet you didn't. Because the "2:53
PM" black text looks just like the "Feb 11 2020" black text, just as it
looks like the black text every where else. So your first reaction was
"that is static text, not a link". Adobe, for a creative company, your
UI design really sucks big time! Stop trying to act "cool" by hiding
user-actionable links/buttons behind a "beautiful" design. A design
UPDATE:Turns out that the time is editable. But it's hidden by a failed
user interface design. See
Feature request: allow the user to set the time when he wants to receive
a Scheduled Project's report. When scheduling a project, the user cannot
set the time for the project's delivery. Instead, it will be sent at the
time that the schedule has been last s...
Never mind, I found the problem.The Direct Calls are used to call the
actual Adobe Analytics page view beacon. In that same rule is an action
to track an Adobe Target page load request. That action also enables
body pre-hiding. And that caused the flicker. Disabling the pre-hiding
"removed" the flicker.
An Adobe Target trainer told my client that mbox should be fired on
pages where there are running experiments. This is apparently to reduce
server calls, which would reduce licensing costs too. My client is using
Target Standard. Firstly, my client is already using at.js through
Launch. They’re not using the old mbox.js at all. So is mbox even a
thing for my client? In Target’s interface, I see mbox referenced
together with "Custom Code", e.g. when setting up a variation. So maybe
it is still a ...
My developer brought up an interesting problem with Launch: on a slow
network, he sometimes gets a flicker when a page is loading. After
numerous tests in Google Chrome where I throttled my network speed to
"Slow 3G", I traced the problem to some Direct Calls _satellite.track()
that are used in some rules' actions (implemented as custom code), i.e.
there are rules inside Launch that include _satellite.track() themselves
to other rules. When I blocked those min.js scripts in Chrome, the
I have an audience as shown in this screenshot:But when I open a link
like www.foo.com?cmp=baz|trt|meg, my experiment doesn’t run.If I open
www.foo.com?cmp=baz%7Ctrt%7Cmeg, then my experiment runs as
expected.Does anyone know why using "|" doesn't work even though I've
setup the audience as shown?
I have the same problem as the OP but Ashok's answer doesn't help.In my
Scheduled Reports, I only see my one report which is from Analysis
Workspace. I don't see any results for my Data Warehouse requests.The
notification emails also don't have any "Unsubscribe" link.I am getting
about 10 of these emails per day and it's driving me crazy. If DW
already says that there's an error in its UI, then I don't understand
why it is still sending these emails. (I can't imagine how much the
backend must be...
I noticed that in every Experience Platform product (Analytics, AAM,
Launch, etc.), choosing "Help > Help Home" no longer links to that
particular product's Help homepage. Instead, it links to a common
Experience Platform Help homepage. The user then has to figure out how
to find the help documentation for the product that he wants help with.
Why was this change made? It seems like a huge step backwards in
enabling users to get product-specific help.