Unified Shell aligns the “shell” look and feel of Adobe Experience Cloud applications and services. But, it’s more than just a new design. It’s a single-page application that delivers user experience in a single instance.
Unified Shell Flow
If you’re already logged in to an Adobe Experience Cloud product, click the menu icon and select Marketo Measure.
Your drop-down menu may look different depending on which Adobe Experience Cloud products you’re subscribed to.
If you’re not already logged in to an Adobe Experience Cloud product, log in directly to Marketo Measure here: https://experience.adobe.com/marketo-measure.
In addition to the updated look and feel, you’ll notice the following features:
Manage your Marketo Measure domains without assistance from Marketo Measure.
Integrated Help Center
Search for support articles, submit tickets, provide feedback, all from within the Marketo Measure application.
Those with with access to multiple Adobe products will be able to easily toggle between them.
Notifications and Announcements
View and interact with product-specific notifications and general Adobe product announcements directly in the application.
Click your profile icon to change your language or other Adobe-wide preferences. You can also make Marketo Measure-speific changes by clicking My Settings.
What happens to my bookmarks?
Bookmarks will be redirected. For example, if you were to navigate to https://apps.marketo-measure.com/Discover/391, you would be redirected to https://experience.adobe.com/marketo-measure/Discover/391 after completing authentication.
I can’t log in to Marketo Measure through the Unified Shell. What might the issue be?
If you can log in to Adobe Experience Cloud, but see the a page like the following, the issue could be on the Marketo Measure side:
If you receive the above error, please contact Support for assistance.