@jsvasu wrote:My query is regarding the integration of Advertising
Analytics. In a process where I have to fill OAuth Token details, It
asks you to fill in login credentials for the search account (will be
using Google AdWords details). I wanted to ask should I use the
company’s Google AdWords Admin Credentials directly here or should I
create and use a new Gmail user account with edit permissions rights
access?I haven't used Advertising Analytics myself. But from a
login/user management perspec...
This really depends on your implementation, in particular, how the Video
Views e100 success event is tracked. You will have to look into that by
yourself.Assuming that this Video Views e100 success event is tracked
when a video starts being watched, i.e. the very first time the "Play"
button is pressed, then your report looks correct, i.e. Video Views e100
should have the biggest number and all of the others should be smaller
than that (since you can't reach a percentage milestone without playin...
Short answer: no, AA does not provide any such capability. It is up to
you to remove sensitive data prior to storing it in that other platform
/ external storage.I.e.Adobe Analytics --> export data --> remove
sensitive data --> store in other platform/external storage
This is a similar question as
where I've provided an answer.Having said what I've said over there, and
libraries for React that allow for "easier"/"seamless" tracking with
Adobe Analytics. However, note that Adobe does not support them, and if
you ask Customer Care any questions specifically around these 3rd p...
Adobe Analytics, by itself, has no dependency on what CMS or website
framework you're using for your website, and similarly for apps/app
platforms (generally speaking). Let me share more from the web
perspective.Adobe Analytics' implementation is, at its core, based on
However, because Adobe Analytics needs to send data about what your
users are doing in your...
(not answering your question directly)I am amused that an Adobe employee
has to ask this in an end user forum like this. I would've expected
Adobe to have some internal forums or support groups where employees
from one product line can ask questions to those in another product
I believe you're doing it wrongly. Here's my suggestion to update the
Rule:Remove this Custom Code event.Add a Click event, using
[id^="article"] as your selector.Add an Adobe Analytics "Set Variables"
action. In there set eVar71 to %this.getAttribute(name)%.Using
%this.name% might work too, but I haven't tried it myself.So what's
happening here is that you're letting Launch detect the click for you,
and when it does, you're instructing it to set eVar71 to the clicked
element's "name" attribute....