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Re: How can I persist the cmpid value past authentication if user is on a new browser 1st time? - Adobe Experience Cloud 04-05-2017
Thank you for the documentation line. Super helpful.

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Re: How can I persist the cmpid value past authentication if user is on a new browser 1st time? - Adobe Experience Cloud 04-05-2017
This is helpful. Thanks for your reply.

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Re: Adobe Analytics Debugger - Adobe Analytics 11-04-2017
Hi,I found a better Chrome extension debugger that pops an intuitive-looking screen right on the page. It's called, simply, "Analytics Debugger " and the logo is a small beetle bug. I found it by accident and like it a lot.. On the Chrome hamburger menu: --> More tools -> Extensions -> search for "Analytics Debugger" and look for the bug log. It has 4 stars with 61 reviews. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/analytics-debugger/olkcipmnccchnnikelenphfdeigajlcl?utm_source=chrome-app-launche...

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Re: How can I persist the cmpid value past authentication if user is on a new browser 1st time? - Adobe Experience Cloud 28-02-2017
Sure. The scenario in this issue occurs when an existing customer receives a promotional email with a CTA that points to the account login page. Let's say Martha, a long-time customer, reads the email on one of the devices we have previously included in her profile ID: It's her IPhone 6. We are able to associate the email campaign's cmpid to this visit. But then a week later we email Martha another promotional message with a similar CTA. She logs in again, but this time, she is using a brand new...

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How can I persist the cmpid value past authentication if user is on a new browser 1st time? - Adobe Experience Cloud 08-08-2016
For campaigns pointing into authenticated space, when the visitor clicks the CTA and then logs in, if they are using a new browser for the first time, the campaign connection does not persist past authentication. The visit is there but attribution to the campaign isn't. Seems to happen only on first use of a new browser. Ideas? Thanks.

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