This is an indirect AAM question. We have Adobe Analytics and we server
side forward non-pii data to Audience Manager with an anonymous ID, and
send that to destinations such as DSP's to activate segments. With iOS
14 using the IDFA will require an opt-in through a default iOS pop-up,
much like allowing push
However it's not perfectly clear to me, if such an opt-in is required
also for tracking in the way described ab...
Hey @taplondon_joshThanks for your reply, however, it does not quite
seem to cut it - maybe I need to change my approach. So I have- Audience
A): Bunch of profiles sent an in-app message- Audience B): Bunch of
profiles who actually clicked "button_1" of the in-app message, deducted
from querying the tracking logs. I now want to have A-B to reach out
again to the users who did not already click through. My idea was to
create a new audience with all of audience A EXCEPT also in Audience B.
Hi, We've created an audience based on Tracking Log label values. Now I
want to to use that audience in another segmentation to build a new
audience. However, when I add an Audience to the Audience builder, I can
only select audiences with "Profile" as targeting dimension, not my
audiences with "ms:trackingLogAppSubRcp:profileTrackingLog" as targeting
dimension. How can I use that audience with
"ms:trackingLogAppSubRcp:profileTrackingLog" as Targeting Dimension for
further Audience work?
Hi, I'd like to create 2 segments1) Visited our app ever2) Visited our
app within the last 14 days So for 2) I set the trait to expire after 14
days. However, I'm not able to also have a duplicate trait expiring
after 120 days. I get the error message"Another trait (18872745) exists
with the same trait rule, using the same data source and trait type.
Please use it instead." Is there a way to achieve this other than adding
some redundant condition to one of the traits, which I'd like to avoid?