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Re: Experience League LIVE: Post-session discussion - Useful extensions in Tags (Launch) to help super charge the Web SDK - Adobe Experience Platform 24-08-2022
Here are a few links that we referenced during this session: Documentation for the Data Element Assistant extension: https://exchange.adobe.com/apps/ec/101413 Documentation for the Web Vitals extension: https://exchange.adobe.com/apps/ec/106769/web-vitals Documentation for the Event Forwarding feature, available to Real-Time CDP customers: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-platform/tags/event-forwarding/overview.html?lang=en

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Re: [AEP Community QnA Coffee Break] 7/21/22, 10:30am PT: Adobe Experience Platform Experts Travis Jordon - Adobe Experience Platform 21-07-2022
I'd say both are options depending on your long-term goals. You may want to utilize a single schema if you foresee a lot of overlap in terms of the types of data that you collect between the two sites. If there's a very low number of custom fields that overlap between the two, and you don't ever foresee a world where the data from the two sites should be merged/combined for analysis/activation across sites, then it may make sense to keep them separate. IMO, most likely, a single schema will work...

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Re: [AEP Community QnA Coffee Break] 7/21/22, 10:30am PT: Adobe Experience Platform Experts Travis Jordon - Adobe Experience Platform 21-07-2022
Great question! You can actually return the entire object using a Data Element Type of JavaScript Variable like this: Then Map that Data Element to the Data Section of your Web SDK Event in the Rule Action

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Re: Experience League LIVE: Post-session discussion - Real-Time CDP Connections - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 28-06-2022
There was a request for the Javascript code that I'm using to set a GA Client ID. Keep in mind that I: 1. Haven't tested this with GA4 and so I don't know if a different identity format is expected. So check that if you are GA4'ing. 2. Am not a software engineer. So please don't make fun of my code 🙂 OKAY. With that out of the way, here's the Javascript I'm using in a client-side Adobe Tags data element in order to set a GA Client ID. I'm then passing that into an XDM field to my Web SDK event,...

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Re: Experience League LIVE: Post-session discussion - The basics of Web SDK - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 27-06-2022
There was a request for the Javascript code that I'm using to set a GA Client ID. Keep in mind that I: 1. Haven't tested this with GA4 and so I don't know if a different identity format is expected. So check that if you are GA4'ing. 2. Am not a software engineer. So please don't make fun of my code 🙂 OKAY. With that out of the way, here's the Javascript I'm using in a client-side Adobe Tags data element in order to set a GA Client ID. I'm then passing that into an XDM field to my Web SDK event,...

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Re: Create VRS from Multiple Report Suites - Adobe Analytics 01-06-2022
Unfortunately this would take a *ton* of reprocessing of *all* of the data in every report suite that you add. To successfully do this, customers today are utilizing Customer Journey Analytics, where multiple report suites can be merged together for analysis. More details here: http://adobe.ly/aacja

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Re: How can you change the page summary page "last year/52 week" date? - Adobe Analytics 01-06-2022
Hi there - although you can't change the default date that the Page Summary panel uses, you *can* change the date in the panel before or after it loads. Based on a quick review, most visualizations will be accurate. The only two that will not be accurate are the 4 weeks prior and 52 weeks prior (since these are not based on the Date Range selector, but instead based on the current date): To edit those, you'll want to Show the Data Source, then edit the date range applied to the resulting table:

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Re: ☕‌📊‌[Analytics Community Q&A Coffee Break] 12/15/21, 8am PT: Eric Matisoff, Principal Evangelist, Analytics and Data Science📊‌☕ - Adobe Analytics 11-03-2022
Thanks for following up @JSP2 I've just heard that: In general, processing rules are not affected. But you will lose access to editing mobile services-created processing rules after the sunset date. I read that as: there's no better time to migrate your rules from Mobile Services to Processing Rules than the present. Don't forget to QA with Real Time Reports and Griffon: https://experience.adobe.com/griffon

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Re: iOS 15 Prewarming - Adobe Analytics 18-01-2022
Hi @jandrewlove - Based on some research with our product team that focuses on our mobile SDKs, here's the latest info we have on iOS15 App Prewarming: According to this document from Apple, the only effect prewarming could have is if the app is executing code before the call to UIApplicationMain, which means it should not be affecting Lifecycle metrics. But if you have specific anomalies in Lifecycle in iOS 15, please do submit an issue to customer care and we can look into it further.

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Re: track and analyze number of items in basket - Adobe Analytics 14-01-2022
Hi @FTeichmann - great question. Off the top of my head, your best bet is to probably capture the number of items in the basket in a text eVar. You could then apply Classifications (and even automate them via Classification Rule Builder) to bucket them. So this would help you create a report like: Basket Size Page Views 0 7,123 1 812 2 70 ... etc But you could also bucket the basket sizes so it looks like: Basket Bucket Page Views 0 7,123 1-5 812 6-10 70 ... etc With Classifications, you can: - ...

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