Our documentation has many other details around Geolocation:Geo The
above comment from Jennifer has a slight typo. The correct parameter is
"?mboxOverride.browserIp=". Jennifer should have included the "m" at the
start of the parameter.
Thank you for replying. I am aware of the Experience Cloud Debugger, and
I use it indeed to verify which activities I qualified for when
debugging.For tracking however, I require that list of activities
somewhere in JS code. Something like the ttMeta plugin used to provide.
When I follow the steps on the Response Tokens page in the section
"Debugging (similar to the ttMeta plugin)", this works for XT tests and
for all A/B test experiences where the page is modified.When an
experience has no modi...
alim92960278That sounds working as expected to me. As mentioned
response tokens would be delivered on the mboxes where Target activity
is delivered.In the case of redirect activities, the activity is
actually delivered on the first page and not the page where the visitor
is redirected to. Hope that helps. You may need to use 'preserve log'
option in browser's developer tool to view the response tokens on the
target call of first page. Hope that helps.
This looks like something that we should look at in Support.Can you
please file a ticket by emailing the details (Activity name, elements
your clicking, etc) to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can have one of our
agents investigate this further.Thanks,Peter HartungTechnical Support
ConsultantCustomer Experience Adobe
amyb88415256,This is a great question. In order to make sure I fully
understand what you are asking I'll re-phrase your questions and provide
an answer to it.Question: When redirecting from URL1 URL2 do both pages
increment visits?Answer: Yes since both pages were loaded both pages
will increment visits.If this helps you don't forget to like, mark as
helpful & mark as answer as that helps me Hope you have a wonderful
day.Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Consultant | Customer Experience |