You will still need to use Launch to setup a *mobile-based* property as
well as the extensions that you will be using in your app (including
Analytics). Launch will also provide (via the Environments tab/page) the
initialization code that you will need to drop into your app. However,
from there, you won't necessarily need to do much more in Launch itself.
Data Elements and Rules, when it comes to an Analytics implementation on
a mobile app, don't need to be applied as much as they would need to ...
Building on Andrey's answer - the data you pass in via the Mobile App
completely different format (i.e. non-JSON) Here's an example of the
trackState function being used in an iOS app implementation, with a
JSON-like schema: ACPCore.trackState("PAGENAME HERE" data:
["page.pageName": "PAGENAME HERE", "page.category.channel": "PAGE
CATEGORY LEVEL1 HERE", "page.category.l2": "PAGE CATEGORY LEVEL2 HERE",
"page.category.l3": "PAGE CATEGO...
Hi there - you're definitely on the right track. When applying any
Attribution model to your metrics, the data points that are used to
generate the metric numbers come from what was captured ONLY during the
date range you specify in your report. If your report's date range went
from May 1 to May 31, for example, any data that were captured before
that point (e.g. on April 25) will not be accessed to generate the
metric and breakdowns, even if the data values were meant to be
persistent beyond th...
Hi Meghan, I might need clarification on your request, but I'll give it
a stab regardless. Are you trying to be alerted when the prop just stops
collecting data altogether(i.e. < 10 occurrences regardless of value
within the last 24 hours)OR are you trying to be alerted when any single
value stops being collected(i.e. < 10 occurrences of the value "Search"
within the last 24 hours)?I might have a solution if the first item
above applies to your problem. In the following example, the "Successful