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Re: Wistia Video Milestone Tracking - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 11-11-2021
@AAanon - No problem.I would suggest a single direct call rule to handle all of your video tracking. For this sake of this post, let's assume this rule is named "dcr:video progress" and that we're doing the following two things:Setting Adobe Analytics variablesSending the Analytics beacon with a link tracking (s.tl()) callSetting Adobe Analytics variablesIn the video tracking library I shared in my earlier comments, uncomment the _satellite() call on line 17. This should set you up to call the "...

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Re: Wistia Video Milestone Tracking - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 21-10-2021
@AAanon - It's actually pretty similar. Using the documentation on the Wistia site, there's a quick reference to interacting with videos that are embedded via IFRAME. Assuming you have the necessary Wistia JS library on the page (//fast.wistia.net/assets/external/E-v1.js), you should be able to use the following. It behaves exactly as the solution I shared above, with the same caveats and assumptions. https://github.com/hitGovernor/public-tools/blob/a3c883d0d36e1a01f7e21d3770d97b7754245060/video...

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Re: Direct traffic increase due to GNU/Linux - Adobe Analytics 12-10-2021
@helenr35573098 - Based on what your image shows, I'd guess you have either a bot that's hitting your site, or internal processes that hit the site at somewhat high volume. My suggestion would be to segment for hits that match that OS Type and dig further to see if you can figure out where the traffic is coming from or what it represents. Consider pulling a Data Warehouse report with IP address to see if the traffic is from an internal (or otherwise known - for example, are you running any site ...

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Re: Adobe Analytics | Track API Responses & JavaScript Errors - Adobe Analytics 12-10-2021
@Trystan_Colwyn- - Using the first fetch() example here:fetch('./api/some.json') .then( function(response) { if (response.status !== 200) { console.log('Looks like there was a problem. Status Code: ' + response.status); return; } // Examine the text in the response response.json().then(function(data) { console.log(data); }); } ) .catch(function(err) { console.log('Fetch Error :-S', err); });... I see three places you might want to capture the data:Inside the if (response.status !== 200) {} condi...

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Re: Adobe Analytics | Track API Responses & JavaScript Errors - Adobe Analytics 11-10-2021
@Trystan_Colwyn- - If your API/request has a callback/response, I would suggest one of the following:Push the information to your data layer (assuming you're using an event-driven data layer)Use a direct call rule (DCR) that can be triggered directly in your callbackIn your callback, trigger a custom JS event that you can listen for in LaunchAll of the above options let you pass any information that is important to you.For JS errors, I'd make the same suggestions. The only difference is the trac...

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Re: Canceled bookings or reservations - Adobe Analytics 11-10-2021
@morlaanil - If the cancellations are handled on the website (and not through a call center), you'll have to implement tracking that increments a "Bookings Canceled" (counter) success event and tracks the "Revenue Canceled" amount in another (currency) success event. Ideally, you'll capture the same order/booking ID that is captured when the booking is originally made. For example:// event1 = Bookings Canceled (counter) // event2 = Revenue Canceled (currency) - assume $100 value // eVar1 = Booki...

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Re: Compare visits with / without accessing one specific page - Adobe Analytics 08-10-2021
You make it an "exclude" segment by selecting the option highlighted below. (This is the only difference between your two segments.): Once selected, the definition will display the following. Note that it now says "exclude" and the left border is red:

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Re: Compare visits with / without accessing one specific page - Adobe Analytics 07-10-2021
I would probably set up the following segments: Segment 1: INCLUDE Visits where page = "homepage"Segment 2: EXCLUDE Visits where page = "homepage" The exclude segment is important. If you say "include where page does not equal 'homepage'" and the visit includes views of "homepage" and "anotherpage", the visit will be part of the segment because "anotherpage" does not equal "homepage". Confusing, right? 🙂 What you're wanting to do is exclude any visit where "homepage" is viewed.

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Re: Bounces , Exits and Entries - Adobe Analytics 05-10-2021
Bounces: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/metrics/bounces.html?lang=en Exits: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/metrics/exits.html?lang=en Entries: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/metrics/entries.html?lang=en

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Re: When does an Adobe Analytics Visit Begin? At page load start or at page load complete? - Adobe Analytics 05-10-2021
@SS20 - The Adobe Analytics visit begins when Adobe receives the first beacon/hit. So, depending on how your implementation is set up and the timing of the first Analytics request, it could be at any point during or after the page load process.

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