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Hi @ganeshbyalebrillio,My guess is your using one of the known public suffix list domains from AWS, so browser won't allow the at.js to set the cookie at the domain.com level. You need to set your Target cookies at the sub-domain level in this case. Here's a bit on that in this help doc.Essentially, you need to set the domain at.js uses for storing cookies. You can do that with the targetGlobalSettings() function. Here's a sample of how to set the cookie domain to a subdomain:window.targetGlobal...

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Yeah, custom code option will work and your code looks good to me for passing entity data along with the mbox 3rd party id. A formatted sample:function targetPageParams() { return { "entity": { "id": xxx, "categoryId": xxx }, "mbox3rdPartyId": digitalData.user.id } };

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Sorry it was clearer, that's just meant to be an example customer id value that is getting passed. You replace 2000578 with your customer id for the visitor.

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Hi @garora8,Assuming you're referring to a cookie message your site displays to all new visitors? Are you using "enhanced composing mode". You can check by clicking the gear icon in the VEC, then page delivery. If the enhanced composer is checked try unchecking it.Alternatively, if you click the "browse" mode button in the upper right corner of the VEC it will allow you to interact with the page. You should be able to close the cookie message and then click the "compose" button and continue sett...

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No, 25% isn't a negative weight. My point was you could create multiple weighting rules to overlapping definitions of products/entities and possibly get the mix you are hoping for over a single rule boosted really high. For example, suppose I know that a particular brand and category overlap a lot. I could create 2 separate rules one on the brand value and another on the category value to potentially add fine tuning to your weighting. It is something you'll have to test out but could give you th...

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Hi @1982luca,If you have a data source setup for Customer Attributes you can ensure that customer IDs are properly synced to Target in one of 2 ways.Using the customer ID sync with the Experience Cloud ID service (aka ECID). With a proper ECID and Target implementation this will ensure Target is linked to the proper customer ID used in Customer Attributes. Find details in this help doc for ECID and also setting customer ID with ECID.Send the customer ID used in the Customer Attributes upload dir...

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Target detects view behavior when your request to Target includes the entity.id parameter on product pages. Then you pick "mboxes" as your data source for the criteria. Here's a link to a help doc on a basic Recommendations implementation for a product page. It passes the entity.id and a couple other related attributes.

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Hi @abid63370229,The attribute weightings only allow the 25% increment options. In stead of boosting up that single attribute to 75% you could keep it to 50% and then boost another attribute (that addresses a similar set of products/entities) up (maybe 25%) to nudge the results a little more. That way you might be able to achieve the mix you are looking for.To your later question, boosting 25% doesn't mean it will achieve 25% of recommendations. It's just an increase or decrease of weighting on ...

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Hi @antonym1,When you say setup as goals, are you referring to separate conversion metrics? So, in the report view you have multiple metrics in the report metrics drop-down? If so, then yes, a single visitor could trigger multiple conversions for different conversion metrics. If I enter a test and reach action one (tied to conversion metric A) and then later reach action 2 (tied to conversion metric B) I would count as one visitor and one conversion for metric A and one conversion for metric B.I...

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Hi @kaio61751785,This is a good question! That syntax is used by Target for dynamic data in offers which is why it's getting removed/replaced. I couldn't find any info on how to "escape" the format for a literal print. However, I was able to hack a solution that worked for me you might try.Create a profile script that returns the string you want returned like: return "${myText}";​ Use the dynamic data sytax in your HTML offer to replace content with the value of your new profile script (I named ...

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Hi @LordOfTheRings, The best solution would be to pass the profile data in the initial global mbox request. However, I'm guessing you have some constraints that prevent you from doing that in this case. If that's true you could possibly recall the global mbox in your getOffer (instead of the custom mbox name) with the profile. I'd suggest you only conditionally call the global mbox a second time when you know its a new visitor. There is probably a better option but that's one you could try.

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Hi @lonestarspock,If firing a custom mbox via a trackEvent "viewed an mbox" is the correct conversion metric setting. Some follow up questions I have to help you get this sorted:Have you confirmed you are entering and seeing activity experiences?Is this activity using Analytics reporting (A4T) or Target reporting?Did you add any refinements to the conversion mbox settings?

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As a point of clarification, the targetGlobalSettings of secureOnly: true does not impact the Target set cookies (mbox, etc.) it forces all the requests made from at.js to always be over HTTPS (secure protocol). Noted here in help: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/implement-target/client-side/functions-overview/targetgobalsettings.html?lang=en#section_9AD6FA3690364F7480C872CB55567FB0

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