My IT team is really concerned about the need for synchrous loading of
DTM. They'd prefer to load it asynchrously so that if the call fails,
the page will load anyhow. Barring that, they want it to load last. If
loaded asynchrously, my event based rules fire but my page load rules
don't and my data elements don't work.Has anyone dealt with similar
concerns or do you have suggestions for ways to implement that won't
result in us relying on the call working perfectly?
All of my event based rules are firing beautifully, so I know the code
is on the pages correctly, but none of my page load rules are firing at
all. We have a prop that captures all URLs upon page load that was in
place prior to adding DTM to the site. I set up a rule for an eVar to
just copy that prop. It doesn't fire at all, which is odd, because I
asked for assistance from Adobe when setting that rule up. It should
fire on every page.As background, we've had SC code on our site for five
We've got a number of videos on our site. Currently, we have one event
based rule that captures the name of the video when play is hit. I'd
like to know how to basically get the entire media module to fire,
including video name, completes, milestones and so on. A sample video is
We're in finance. Everything is naturally going to drop off
significantly on the weekends because markets aren't open. However, the
anomaly detection sees this as an anomaly even thought it's completely
expected. Being able to exclude weekends would greatly increase the
usefulness of this product.
I work in finance. Our site activity drops very sharply on weekends as
people can't take action since markets are closed. This means that I get
anomalies every weekend for certain events and measurements. Being able
to exclude weekends would help me find true anomalies.
We'd like to know and compare average activity throughout the day for
two different ways of reaching our site. Currently, the chart for Hour
of Day shows the busiest 15 minute increment in order of activity. It
would be nice if instead, it showed a chart going from 0:00 to 23:45 and
showed average activity during those 15 minutes periods in order. That
would be an accurate picture of activity on your site throughout the day
and wouldn't require an export to Excel and charting.
IE10 can be used in Metro or Desktop mode, and the user string also
differentiates between touch and non-touch. It would be great to know
how many of our users are on each of these modes, as we can make
decisions about site design in the future.