Adobe uses user_agent provided by browser to determine mobile device
types. However, the exact mapping is not available publicly. In my
experience, the screen size is not a factor to determine the mobile
device type at all. Just one observation that in some newer versions of
iPad OS, it is sending a...
Unfortunately, I believe your wish will never be fulfilled unless Adobe
making on-premise option for AA/AT/AEP, which is a bit unlikely to
happen. On a different point of view, in the current SaaS and connected
systems environment, it is getting harder and harder to lock everything,
everyone has a s...
This is not really an out-of-the-box feature as Adobe Experience Cloud
is created as a SaaS and accessible from Internet. As a workaround, you
can to enable Federate ID so user authenticate with your corporate
authentication system where you limit only to authenticated from company
I think you may take https://www.adobe.com/,
https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com as example. There is no
absolute answer but if I was the one doing the Adobe Launch setup, there
will be one Launch property "Adobe Main Site" for the main site, and
Usually, I just simply ask the developer to manage the timer and
calculate the lapse time then send the calculated lapse time in AA
tracking. Interesting to see the suggestion using the Profile extension
and Adobe didn't provide any example on how 😅 Just my best guess is
using the "updateUserAttrib...
Strictly speaking, "meetings.xyz.com" is also under the same "xyz.com"
and "meetings" hostname. It is absolutely sensible to have a different
launch property for "meetings.xyz.com" if it is a "different" website.
How to count it as "different"? My general principle is that it has a