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Re: AAM | Unused Signals Report | Add Filters
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costi_muraru

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Actually, @Rob_St,As it has been pointed out by my colleague, for onboarded data you need to specify the Data Source ID in the file name. It would therefore be possible to filter the signals present in these onboarded files, for a specific Data Source.This feature is already on the roadmap as part of another major release this year. Will keep you posted.Cheers,Costi

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Re: AAM get UUID Android SDK ?
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Hi rosyidd44460503getDpuuid() will return the data partner unique user identifier. This is not the Audience Manager UUID. It represents the customer id.The Audience Manager UUID is exposed as part of the getAllIdentifiers call (added in SDK 4.15 – docs).For more information on the various identifiers we reference in AAM, please see: Index of IDs in Audience Manager Cheers,Constantin

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Re: AAM | Unused Signals Report | Add Filters
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Hey Rob_St , I don't believe there is a direct relationship between signals and data sources.Signals represent the raw data: key value pairs which are free formed (e.g. gender=male). The same signal can be used in any trait rule, belonging to any data source.Therefore:Signals - free formed, don't belong to a specific data source.Traits - have well established trait rules (based on signals) and belong to a data source.Segments - have well established segment rules (based on traits) and belong to ...

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Re: Audience Manager - Integrate a Device Detection solution like Device Atlas
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Hey timw30830574 !Device metadata is already available in Audience Manager: Device Targeting With Platform-level Keys You can use automatic device signals such as d_device_model == "iphone" when defining a trait rule.Cheers,Constantin

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Re: Creating segments based on belonging to traits in sequence
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Hi edwardb89593165​,That is correct. Today you can do a sequential segmentation using Adobe Analytics and export that segment to Adobe Audience Manager.There is also a plan to support this natively in Adobe Audience Manager, though I personally don't have an ETA for it.There is also a minimal way of achieving something remotely to what you are describing and that is by using a recency frequency rule in AAM.You can create a segment to group this audience: "All the users that have been located in ...

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Re: Can AAM split traffic based on 1 segment for paid display?
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No need to pick a trait from the actual segment. You can pick any conversion trait that you have defined.Cheers,ConstantinComputer Scientist | Audience Manager | Adobe

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Re: Can AAM split traffic based on 1 segment for paid display?
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Hey kctdot17,Yes. The trait needs to be marked as conversion in the Event Type, but other than that you have full liberty to decide what a conversion means for you. The "application complete" sounds interesting - what do you have in mind there more precisely?Also, if you want to test 2 DSPs (or 2 creatives), it's recommended that you test them against a base line (a subset of the population that don't see any of the ads). In this way, you can get better insights onto how well your campaign is wo...

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Hey kctdot17​,Have a look at the Audience Lab feature in Adobe Audience Manager: Audience Lab It allows you to split the population in a base segment into multiple sub-segments, which you can then activate as you see fit. For instance, if you split 50% - 50% you will have two sub segments which you can send to one or more DSPs.It is mainly used to test two DSPs and see which one give you more conversions, but I'm thinking it can also solve your use case where you want to test 2 creatives inside ...

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Re: Audience Manager - get list of email addresses
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Hey malihak75705946​, Let me first re-iterate to see if I got this right.We have an AAM customer (Client A) which ingests data in AAM using a hashed email address (as Varun mentioned, onboarding using real email addresses is not permitted since it is considered PII). The hashed email address is what we can a customer id.Once the data is in AAM, we want to export the data to a partner (eg. Rokt platform). The data consists of the hashed email address + the list of qualified segments. This informa...

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Re: Regular Expressions in Audience Manager
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You're welcome!

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Re: Regular Expressions in Audience Manager
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Hey stenebro​,There is a easy way to validate the regular expressions and also the trait rule itself, without having to wait. In the Audience Manager UI, in the Trait Builder tab, you will see a "Test Event" section.You can enter a URL there, containing the desired signals (key/value pairs) and click "Test" to see if the trait matches. The "Test Event URL" would something like this for your sample:See screenshots below and let me know if it works.Cheers,ConstantinComputer Scientist | Adobe Audie...

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Re: Regular Expressions in Audience Manager
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Thanks for the sample code stenebro​. I've investigated and the issue seems to be triggered by the trait rule itself. As you can see in the screenshot below, there is a trailing space in the regular expression. This means the regex processor expects the input value to end with a space (which might not happen in your case). You can go on the Audience Manager UI, go on the trait, edit its trait rule and remove the trailing space. Save the changes and give it a try.Let me know if it works.Cheers,Co...

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Hi stenebro​,Could you please share some sample values that you are sending for this key (c_products), which should match the regex you presented?Cheers,ConstantinComputer Scientist | Adobe Audience Manager | Adobe

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Re: Introduce and Express yourself!
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Hey folks,I'm Constantin and have been working on Audience Manager as a developer for the past 3 years. Been previously working on Adobe Primetime.Currently working on the backend infrastructure for AAM, so let me know if you have questions in this area.Cheers

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