Hi Eric, We have set this eVar on every pages. We have used DTM Page
Load Rule without any condition and this rule makes sure to get fired on
every pages. I wrecked my head over this and I am still trying to find a
solution. Do you think if this is because of eVar configuration which
has been set to 'expire on visit'?
Hi AA Team,We capture user's login status in an eVar on every page load
across web apps with the following values:1. userId - if user is logged
in2. anonymous - if user is not logged inHowever, when I see this eVar
report with 'Visits' metric, I see a lot of Unspecified coming up in
there. Any idea what might be causing this issue?Many Thanks in advance!
Hi Jantzen, This did help! Thank you so much!However, we have used event
listeners on the website's code base and when ever any event occurs, we
listen for this event in the custom JS file (included within page) and
trigger direct call rule from this JS.
Yes, Let's say, we want to track an event when user closes the window.
We can use this using 'onbeforeunload' window function. I was wondering
how can we use this event with custom event type from Others section?Any
Hi Jantzen,Thank you for your quick reply!Are you referring to 'custom'
from Other section in the above image, when you say 'custom' event?Do
you have any link where I can see a description?Thanks in advance!
Hi,I have a requirement in which we would like to fire a rule whenever
user closes the window. Also, Is there any way if we can listen for
other window events which happen on our site through DTM, such as window
close, session inactivity et cetra. I understand, we can make use of
direct call rule, triggered from the code base itself, but I am looking
for a solution which can be implemented solely on DTM. Any leads will be
Hi Jantzen, I am referring to Step 4, mentioned in (Marketing Cloud Help
| How to track youtube videos using DTM? ). This tutorial asks to
include Media module in s_code. Now, my question is, if we use DTM HTML5
event rules, do we need this set up? Because, even if we don't include
media player code, I am able to fire HTML5 rules based on HTML5 video
interactions. I am not sure, in which scenarios or rather what kind of
video players need this kind of set up?
Hi,We have recently launched a site which has ample amounts of HTML5
videos. DTM Event based rules provide lot of options to track HTML5
videos, however, I was thinking what role Adobe Media Player plays? Is
this just the other way of tracking videos apart from how DTM Event
based rules do? I understand, using Adobe Media Player, we can track
videos provided by other video providers too, But, what if we just have
HTMl5 videos. What is an ideal way to implement HTML5 Video Tracking
Hi Jantzen,You can refer the attached screen shot. After I changed the
rules condition to 'DOM Ready', I am able to fire all the rules only
once. But, now the major issue is DTM is sending two beacons on this
page load. I can see that after all the page load rules gets fired, DTM
calls sendBeacon function to send data to Analytics server. However,
later when DTM footer code gets included on the page, this also fires
another beacon.I am not sure what exactly is happening here. I tried