Once you have a repository of tag data elements, you can assign them to Analytics dimensions.
Adobe Experience Platform Launch has been rebranded as a suite of data collection technologies in Experience Platform. Several terminology changes have rolled out across the product documentation as a result. Please refer to the following document for a consolidated reference of the terminology changes.
Map data layer objects to data elements: Make sure that you understand tag data elements, and that you have several to work with.
Create a solution design document: A solution design document is vital to staying organized. Following your solution design document simplifies the assignment of data elements to Analytics variables.
Publishing a tag library after following these steps allows you to use custom dimensions in Analysis Workspace. You can set Analytics variables globally, or in individual rules.
Global variables are ideal in cases where you want to set variable values on all pages where your data element exists.
Variables set in rules are ideal in cases where you don’t want variables set on every page. You define the criteria in the rule. See Rules in the Adobe Experience Platform tags documentation.
%signs. For example, if you named your data element “Page name”, you would see the string
%Page name%when assigning a data element to a variable.
You can concatenate data elements in the same variable. For example, if you have a “Hostname” data element and a “Pathname” data element, you can combine both in a single variable using
Page variables: Learn what page-level variables you can use in your implementation to get more out of dimensions in Analysis Workspace.
Configuration variables: Learn what configuration variables you can use in your implementation to unlock more features in Adobe Analytics.