Are you confused about the difference between first-party or third-party cookie? Do you want to know how Adobe can help you mitigate the issue of browser blocking third-party cookies and limiting the time to live of first party cookies?
Introducing ‘Playground’, a webpage carrying different implementation scenarios that I stumble in my role as a Technical Architect across solutions such as Adobe Tags, Adobe Analytics, Adobe Target, AEP Web SDK etc.
Anonymizing IP address is the act of removing the IP address from the web analytics tracking hit. As we know it is out of the box setting and is captured just as the user agent and other user level details are recorded. By tracking IP , it might impact Geo Location, Processing Rules, Marketing Channels that are IP based. Instead, there are two options that are available for anonymizing the IP Address
In the world of software development, debugging plays a very important role. It is a process of detecting and removing existing as well as potential errors. In the same way, when you are implementing Adobe Analytics, Analytics debugging refers to validating the payload that is being sent to the Adobe Analytics server.
In the previous two blog posts on the Rules topic, we covered Events and the event types. We also explored the different Conditions that are available to help us filter when Adobe Launch should or should not trigger a rule. Summing up the topic, this blog post will cover all about Actions in Adobe Launch.
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