In this exercise, you’ll create a segment by making use of Adobe Experience Platform’s segment builder.
In today’s world, responding to a customer’s behavior needs to be real-time. One of the ways of responding to customer behavior in real-time is by using a segment, on the condition that the segment qualifies in real-time. In this exercise, you need to build out a segment, taking into account real activity on the website that we’ve been using.
For every demonstration, you’ll need to use a fresh, incognito browser window. After opening a fresh, incognito browser window, go to https://public.aepdemo.net/.
You’ll be redirected to this page:
Enter the Configuration ID you created in the previous step. Click Load Configuration.
You’ll then see this:
Scroll down so you can see the Save Configuration button. Click Save Configuration.
After a couple of seconds you’ll be redirected to the Admin homepage and you’ll see this:
Go to Select LDAP in the left side menu, select your LDAP in the list and click Save.
Go to Select Brand in the left side menu, select a brand of choice and click Save.
You’ll now see a similar Admin homepage. Click the brand logo to go to the demo website.
You’ll then be redirected to the Luma homepage.
In this example, I want to respond to a specific customer viewing a specific product.
By scrolling down on the Luma homepage, I can see multiple products and I’m going to pick the product Zeppelin Yoga Pant.
So when somebody visits the product page for Zeppelin Yoga Pant, I want to be able to take action. The first thing to do to take action, is define a segment.
Log in to Adobe Experience Platform.
After logging in, you’ll land on the homepage of Adobe Experience Platform.
Before you continue, you need to select a sandbox. The sandbox to select is named
--aepSandboxId--. You can do this by clicking the text Production Prod in the blue line on top of your screen.
After selecting the appropriate sandbox, you’ll see the screen change and now you’re in your dedicated sandbox.
In the menu on the left side, go to Segments where you can see an overview of all existing segments.
Click on the Create Segment button to start creating a new segment.
As mentioned above, I’d like to build a segment out of all customers that have viewed the product Zeppelin Yoga Pant.
To build out this segment, you need to add an event. You can find all events by clicking on the Events icon in the Segments menu bar.
Next, you’ll see the top level XDM ExperienceEvent node.
To find customers that have visited the Zeppelin Yoga Pant product, click on XDM ExperienceEvent.
Scroll down to Product List Items and click it.
Select Name and drag and drop the Name object from the left Product List Items menu onto the segment builder canvas into the Events section.
The comparison parameter should be equals and in the input field, enter
Zeppelin Yoga Pant.
Every time you add an element to the segment builder, you can click the Refresh Estimate button to get a new estimate of the population in your segment.
As you’re using a shared environment, you also need to add your ldap as a filter for this segment.
In the Events search box, enter ldap. Take the second result, which references the path XDM ExperienceEvent > --aepTenantIdSchema-- > demoEnvironment > ldap.
Drag and drop ldap onto your Segment Rule, under the
Zeppelin Yoga Pant rule.
Enter your ldap:
Your Rules should now look like this:
Finally, let’s give your segment a name and save it.
As a naming convention, we’ll use:
ldap - Interest in Zeppelin Yoga Pant (RTCDP - ldap)
Please replace ldap with your assigned number, like this:
vangeluw - Interest in Zeppelin Yoga Pant (RTCDP - vangeluw)
Next, click the Save button to save your segment, after which you’ll be taken back to the Segment overview page.
When you now go back to the demo website and refresh the homepage, you should see the Streaming Segment that you just built already qualify for your profile on the X-Ray panel.