It is good to know that I was not wrong about the "expected"
behavior...and I did not know about the 2 week "lifetime" expiration.
The problem for us is that the QA people are clearing their cookies and
closing then closing their browsers after seeing the variant. The
variant gets set to 0% in Target. Then they go back to the page and they
still see the variant. I am really not sure how it can be so "sticky"
and remember them even after all of this.It is a real problem if we
can't totally turn o...
We have noticed that a variant in a Target activity is very "sticky".
Once a user sees a variant they can not get out of it, even when that
variant is changed to zero percent in Target. We have tried clearing
cookies and then closing the browser, and even then we see that zero
percent variant experience. The only way we have found to solve this is
to clone the activity and disable the old one. How is Adobe keeping
track of the user after they clear cookies?Is there any way to actually
turn off a...
Is there a way to remove a visitor from an AB test after they have
already been added to a variant? My problem is that the user enters the
test on an unauthenticated page. The test is only for New Visitors.
Later on this user authenticates so I now want to kick them out of the
A/B test so that they do not see the rest of the variant flow. Is there
a way to remove them from the test?If I can remove them, will the that
be reflected in the conversion reporting in Analytics (we use A4T)?