Frequently asked questions for setting up, configuring, and employing features in Activity Map.
Organizations with a contract for Adobe Analytics Standard, Premium, and Ultimate have access to Activity Map.
No, Adobe does not track links that were viewed.
Activity Map supports the latest version of most modern browsers.
Activity Map does not send server calls by itself. Instead, Activity Map context data variables are included with Analytics page view calls on the subsequent page.
Some ranked links, such as submenu links, are hidden from the page. As a consequence, their corresponding link overlays are not shown. Rank is computed for all links on the page, including hidden links.
By default, Activity Map uses the report suite that is associated with the first tag that is sent by the page. You can select a different tagged report suite through the Activity Map Settings > Others tab.
Activity map scans for the presence of Adobe Analytics for up to 20 seconds after a page complete event.
Activity Map checks every 2 seconds to see if it has found changes in the state of the web page such as:
If content is hidden or shown, the application automatically changes the affected links state (and therefore overlays) from hidden to shown or from shown to hidden. If new content is injected, the application retrieves the associated links, pull analytics data for them, and adds overlays for these links.
All data shown is based on page views.
Activity map context data variables are not available in data feeds.
No, segments do not work in Live mode. The functionality is equivalent to that of real-time reporting in Reports & Analytics, which do not support segmentation.
Yes. However, due to virtual report suite limitations, Activity Map’s Live Mode is not compatible with virtual report suites.