Information about the different ways you can edit an existing activity in Adobe Target, including saving an activity in draft form.
Target provides various places in the UI where you can edit existing activities. The process varies depending on the method you choose.
From the Activities page, hover over the activity you want to edit, then click the Edit icon.
Target opens the activity in the Visual Experience Composer (VEC) and you see the Experiences page (the first step in the three-step guided workflow).
Edit the activity, as desired using the VEC options.
Click the split button to advance to the next step or to save the activity.
To avoid having to step through the workflow, click the desired activity from the Activities page to open it, then select an option from the Edit Activity drop-down list.
Select the desired option::
Edit Experiences: Takes you directly to the Experiences page (the first step in the guided workflow). Make your desired changes, then use the split button (explained above) to save the activity.
Edit Targeting: Takes you directly to the Targeting page (the second step in the guided workflow). Make your desired changes, then use the split button (explained above) to save the activity.
Edit Goals & Settings: Takes you directly to the Goals & Settings page (the final step in the guided workflow). Make your desired changes, then use the split button (explained above) to save the activity.
The Activities list display activities created in various sources, including Recommendations Classic. The following actions are available when working with legacy activities created in Recommendations Classic:
You cannot edit a Recommendations activity directly. If you want to edit the activity, you should create a copy of the activity using Target Premium and then save the newly created activity. This newly created activity can then be edited as necessary.
When you are creating a new activity that has not yet been saved, or you are editing an activity that was previously saved in draft form, the Save Draft options display in the split button.
You can save an activity in draft mode if the activity setup has been started but it is not ready to run.
Create new activity or edit an existing activity that is in draft form.
Select the desired option from the split button:
A workspace lets an organization assign a specific set of users to a specific set of properties. In many ways, a workspace is similar to a report suite in Adobe Analytics.
Workspaces are part of the Properties and Permissions functionality available as part of the Target Premium solution. They are not available in Target Standard without a Target Premium license.
If you are part of a multi-national organization, you might have a workspace for your European web pages, properties, or sites and another workspace for your American web pages, properties, or sites. If you are part of a multi-brand organization, you might have a separate workspace for each of your brands.
For more information about workspaces and the Enterprise User Permissions functionality, see Enterprise User Permissions.
If you have Enterprise User Permissions enabled in your environment, you can copy activities to the same workspace or to another workspace. You cannot currently move an activity from one workspace to another. To copy an activity to another workspace, from the Activities page, hover over the activity you want to copy, click the Copy icon, then select the desired workspace from the drop-down list.
Consider the following information when using the copy/edit functionality with workspaces:
If your environment does not have the Enterprise User Permissions functionality enabled, all activities open in edit mode before copying.
As best practice, try updating the activity using the same method (UI or API) that was used to originally create the activity.
Activities created using the Target UI should be updated via the Target UI. Activities created via API should be updated via API. If you originally create an activity using the API, for example, but then later edit the activity via the Target UI, not all changes are updated. All changes are stored on the backend and can be updated by making another API call.