Hi @akma1991 , Until Windows 10, all the Windows OS was detectable using
User Agent Strings. Windows 11 onwards, we need to know Client Hints.
Although we can distinguish Windows 10 and 11 based on User Agent Client
Hints (UA-CH), most of the browsers are incompatible with UA-CH as of
now. Details here. Adobe Engineering unit is aware of this issue.
Hopefully we will have a resolution soon.
Hi @aagk123 , In Adobe Analytics, a visit is always linked with the time
period, so you know whether to count a new visit if the same person
returns to your site. For any visitor the a new visit starts (value
incremented by 1) if any of the following conditions are met: 30 minutes
of inactivity: Almost all sessions end in this manner. If more than 30
minutes lapse between hits, a new visit begins.12 hours of activity: If
a user consistently fires image requests without any 30-minute gaps for
Hi @JungTaejun, By design, you cannot influence the default Bounces
metric. If there are two or more hits (any combination of page view and
custom link call) associated with any visit, that visit won't qualify as
a Bounce. In this case, you are left with options like Single Page Visit
(metric) or creating a custom Calculated metric as per your use case.
Regarding, Bounce rate, kindly check what formula is being used in your
case. default Bounce rate metric is calculated by the formula-[ Bounces
Hi @aagk123 , For segmenting Visitors with only three visits to your
site, select the top-level container as 'Visitor' and define the
dimension 'Visit Number' with condition equals 3. See below: Reference:
Hi @zouhour_halawi , @Diana-Maya , There was an outage in the suggested
time period which affected the reporting functionalities in Adobe
Analytics. You can check the details here-Visit
https://status.adobe.com/products/1173. In the Filter by section, select
the Services as Reporting and the impacted date range. The issue has
however been resolved and you must not be facing the same issue now.
Hi @jeremyappelbaum , You are correct, event id 12 corresponds to 'Cart
Add' event. Please consider post_event_list column to check for the
events that is to be reflected in the reports. Additionally, also check
if the hits are getting excluded from reporting for any reason.
Exclusion reasons can be checked using exclude_hit column. post_: Contains the value ultimately used in reports. Each post column
is populated after server-side logic, processing rules, and VISTA rules.
Adobe recommends usin...
Hi @WesPhg, The rules set for 'Other Campaign' (Referring Domain exists)
is very broad. Clearly most hits which didn't qualify for other channels
can be considered for 'Other campaigns' because Adobe persists Referring
Domain for a visit. If a visitor leaves and clicks through a link on a
different domain within a single visit, the new value updates and
persists for the remainder of the visit. If you want specific details on
why a particular marketing channel was given credit for certain hits,
All hits are uniquely identified to a user. ECID is just one of the ways
to uniquely identify a user. Some of the ways are listed below:
OrderQuery Parameter (collection method)Present when1vidThe visitorID
variable is set.2aidVisitor has an existing s_vi cookie. Set on
implementations without or prior to implementing the Visitor ID
service.3midVisitor has an existing s_ecid cookie. Set on
implementations using the Adobe Experience Cloud Identity
service.4fidVisitor has an existing s_fid cookie,...
Hi @pradeep_07, Bounce Rate in Adobe Analytics is calculated by Bounces
divided by Entries, where Bounce relates to the count of visits which
includes exactly 1 hit. Please note, Single page visits is not similar
to Bounces. Say, if in a visit, a user fires both a page view and link
tracking call, this visit won't qualify as a Bounce and hence, will
impact Bounce Rate. Hope this helps.
Hi @bindukumari90,Can you please elaborate more on what do you mean by
'create the segment in single hit'? If you want to meet multiple
conditions for a single hit, select Hit as a top-level container and use