@LJ Jones - Looking at reporting in Target but using "Orders" which is
an Analytics metric to measure success. However, the visitor traffic
split is coming from Target and is 93/7 so not sure what could be wrong.
Anyway, I've stopped the test and am going to build a new one to start
over and see if that will work. Just frustrating as its a simple A/B
split test. Thanks for your input.
@LJ Jones - over 12k uniques have been through the experiment so that's
not the issues. And no other audience segments are set up so no one
should be suppressed from either cell.I am getting A4T will only work
with redirect offers with at.js v.0.9.6 or newer and visitorAPI.js
v2.1.0 or newer. Learn more. warning but I would assume if this was an
issue no one would have gotten into the test cell.
I've set up an A/B split test routing traffic 50/50 to a redirect page.
But after activating the test and letting it run for a few days
reporting shows the split of 93/7. Why is it not splitting as set?
Hi - we are making some systems updates and one of the data sets that is
changing is the analytics id generate for a user. We pass this into
Adobe as the unique user key. I don't want to lose historical data when
we generate the new ids for existing users. Is there a way to do a
one-time mapping of old to new id so we can update the id and keep
I just ran both reports for the same time period looking at a specific
page and the visits are off by 50% in Full Path Report.I am choosing
specific page in both the Page Report and when I choose page in "Showing
paths containing" in Full Path Report.