Hi there,You may check how many days the user visited the site last by
using "Days since last visit" dimension as below -You can also create a
segment like "Days since last visit" > 730 (for 2 years) at hit level
across unique visitors. Regards,
Hi there, No. there is no restriction on the naming convention of the
report suite ID. The only point to keep in mind is that the newly
created report suite ID is a unique ID that can contain only
alphanumeric characters.The reason the data might not be collected to
the new report suite is because the variables are not enabled in the
suite. Click Analytics > Admin > Report Suites, then select a report
suite.Click Edit Settings > Conversion variables or traffic variables as
per the data you are s...
Hi,We have an app design with single activity and multiple fragments.
Each fragment has its own lifecycle so, onResume() function will be
called multiple times when user navigates and interacts with the app.
This might report false crashes. The crash tracking at our end is done
via crashlytics. Is there a more targeted way to tag the
lifecycle/parent of just the views?
Hi, The sync status in customer attributes are the number of records
published and synced by Adobe Target and can be viewed by selecting the
Sync Status icon against a specific attribute file. Sync % is a
real-time metric that specifies the % of profiles that have been synced
in Adobe Target.Note: It may take up to 24 hours for attributes to sync
with Adobe Target.If you still face the same error after 24 hours, then
I would suggest you raising a case with the client care team for further
That is absolutely correct. Lets take an example as below - Visitor
visits the site via Email.Visit 1 - Email >> left the session Same
visitor comes back again via Paid Search.Visit 2 - Paid Search >>
Conversion happened. If you take Orders as a success metric, the last
touch channel would be "Paid Search". However, for Visitors there are
two last touch channel i.e. Email(in Visit 1) and Paid Search(in Visit
2). Hope this helps!
Hi there, Mostly, cross tab analysis is done with Orders/Revenue as
success metrics are only credited to the last touch channel that was
present for that customer before conversion. If you use Visitors/Visits
metrics then there could be instances where a visitor would be credited
to more than one last touch channel(For instance - A visitor came in via
Email and then a few days later returned to the website via Paid
Search). PS - Your interpretation in case of Unique Visitors is correct.