The way I see it, using segments as dimensions would be your best bet.
You can then apply any number of metrics to your freeform table, and
even save copies of the project if you need different reports on all
those markets. Once you've created the 20 segments and dragged them onto
the table, you should be good to go.
Hi Jeff,I'm one of the doc writers for Analytics. First off, thank you
for your candid feedback. There's a lot to unpack here, but hopefully I
can address all your concerns.404 links: During the time of this forum
thread, I had recently published some major revisions to most dimensions
and metrics in Adobe Analytics; what they are, how they're used, and how
they collect data. This restructure required some URLs to change. I
worked with the team that handles redirects so existing bookmarks and
Yes, if you enable table builder and drag dimension values (click the
arrow on an orange dimension, it reveals yellow dimension values) into
the table builder, it allows you to keep those exact breakdowns
regardless of what else you configure in the canvas.
A recent update to AppMeasurement now allows this attribute natively.
Check out the writeSecureCookies
if you want to remove event256 from all hits except exit links, just
remove the second line of code where you're setting event256. You're
still setting it in the if statement, so it will still be sent out
during an exit link call.
Hey there, I know this is an old thread but I wanted to make sure that
you're aware that the implementation guide has since been updated around
to answer your questions:There is no cookieThe duplicate purchase is
based on information in the hit, and this data is stored by Adobe for
each unique visitor.This isn't a question, so I'm afraid I can't
directly answer it.
The linkTrackVars and linkTrackEvents variables are separate and
independent of each other. However, if you want to use linkTrackEvents,
you must include "events" in linkTrackVars. If you do not,
linkTrackEvents does not work. If you set linkTrackVars, always make
sure it includes "events" somewhere in the comma-delimited string. If
you do this, then linkTrackEvents always works.
As of today, I don't see a way to get logs using the 2.0 API.
Documentation on the 2.0 API is here:
https://github.com/AdobeDocs/analytics-2.0-apisDocumentation for the 1.4
API is here: https://github.com/AdobeDocs/analytics-1.4-apis
Hello Analytics community!I've been hard at work over the last couple of
months rewriting the majority of the implementation guide from the
ground up. The new guide is located
guide contains more details on variables you can use, as well as updated
plug-ins you can use to make your implementation better. I'm looking for
feedback around the structure and content:What content did you find
valuable?What content do yo...
Hi Todd,You'll first want to make sure you're collecting the 'campaign'
query string parameter into a variable, such as Tracking Code or an
eVar.Once you know which dimension this data is tracked in:Open Analysis
Workspace, and create a new blank project.Click the visualizations icon
on the left, then drag the Fallout visualization onto the
workspace.Click the components icon on the left, then click the plus
sign next to the list of segments.Label the segment 'visits from that
one email campaign...
Yes, kind of. See this Apple Developer page for more screen resolutions:
Displays It's going to group iPhone 6, 7, and 8 together, as well as
their respective plus versions together. iPhone X has a unique
resolution, so you'll be able to tell them apart there.
This is the latest: analytics-1.4-apis/index.md at master ·
AdobeDocs/analytics-1.4-apis · GitHub The 2.0 API's don't yet support
insertion, but there's a possibility that will change in the future.2.0
API's are here: GitHub - AdobeDocs/analytics-2.0-apis: Documentation for
the Adobe Analytics 2.0 APIs
We are currently working with the private graph team to get docs for it
authored.Basically a private graph is your very own device graph
specific to your organization, whereas the device co-op is a device
graph shared by many adobe customers.
Hi everyone!I'm the technical writer responsible for authoring the CDA
documentation located here:Cross-Device Analytics OverviewI would hugely
appreciate any feedback you have to offer - phrases you think are
difficult to follow, locations you think should go into more detail, or
typos/grammatical errors. You can use this thread to provide any
feedback, positive or negative. I will be personally responding to each
comment, so let me know your thoughts!If you know the exact changes
you'd like to...
I'd recommend creating a new thread for this, as this thread's purpose
is for individuals to post feedback on upcoming changes Adobe plans to
make to segmenting flow reports.However, to briefly answer your
question, click the clock icon so it says 'Then within 1 hits'. I
believe that should give you the sequential segment you're looking for.
No worries, this is a good conversation to have! This is a very complex
subject, so any clarifications we can make to help understand will help
many others.Sequential segmentation does require two or more hits,
however, there is a very distinct difference between a sequential
segment and a segment container.A sequential segment is a piece of
criteria that belongs within a segment container.A segment container
determines what hits to include if the segment criteria is met.Since a
Using a visit level segment would definitely make more sense, and what I
would consider a best practice. However, I don't think we want to limit
the segment container used in this context, because you could still get
some value out of using a hit level segment.The ability to control
segments on each stage of the flow (similar to fallout) was discussed,
and might warrant additional discussion in the future. Thank you for
I'm afraid not - Timestamp support for a report suite is a setting that
can only be seen internally to Adobe currently. If you'd like to see
this feature in the Analytics UI, you can upvote this idea thread:
Timestamp enablement in SC admin interface