Hi alexanders58976719,Is Adobe Analytics implemented with first party
cookies?option 1: If it isn't, you could try to break down the mcvids
with browser to see if it's related to safari browsers only. If this is
not purely safari browsers but all over the place, then it might be
worth looking at th...
Hi paulr44860813,It makes sense that the visit count is higher when you
look break it down by tracking codes. A visit can easily have more than
one tracking code. Example: the user goes to google, searches for
product A, find your paid advertisement and click through to your
website, the tracking t...
Have you tried breaking the session refresh down by browser? I've seen
high numbers for cross domain tracking on Safari browsers (ITP and
blocking of cookies, especially 3rd party and cross domain) as they tend
to delete the mcvid when a user goes from domain A to B. The best way to
debug it, is to ...
If you have admin access to DTM, you can go to the preferred profile in
DTM, click the tab "Embed" (if you don't have it, it means you need to
find out who has access to this tab). Once you get access to this tab,
there will be another tab on the page that lists "FTP Delivery", that's
where all the ...
Hello,I would recommend setting up a new evar that is tracking the
internal campaign tracking code, as you can control the expiry of that
evar as well. Another way of handling this could be to maybe look into
product finding method instead or addition to internal campaigns, as
this adds more value t...
Hello, It should work if you set the "scope" visit instead of hit. You
can't have more than 1 hit per event, so based on your screenshot, the
result will always be 0. If you set the scope to visit, that should
solve what you are trying to achieve.
Hi,Is it a SPA that the video is on? Might be worth running s.clearVars
once the event has fired with 25% to ensure that data is cleared before
the next request on 50% is made? haven't worked with Launch and Video
tracking, but sounds like that's the issue here. The event is staying
persistent. The ...
I've installed Chrome canary (Googles developer version). For some
strange reason it bypasses some internal IT policies and actually allows
my browser to remember the extensions I have installed ( in the company
delivered chrome version all extensions are deleted every time you
restart your pc. Migh...