List of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about global mboxes.
Only one global mbox is supported across your account.
You can limit where your activities run by adding URL rules to your activities. For more information, see Include the Same Experience on Similar Pages.
You could also pass a parameter on the page using targetPageParams and then select those parameters in the “configure URL” section in the Visual Experience Composer (VEC) or by adding the parameters as “refinements” in the Form-Based Experience Composer.
To collect revenue and order information on the target-global-mbox, “mbox parameters” must be sent to Target. These parameters are name/value pairs used to send more information to Target. Target automatically looks for these parameters (reserved names) to populate revenue data.
orderConfirmPage, you should pass in
productPurchasedId. For more information, see Create an Order Confirmation mbox - mbox.js.
These same parameters must be sent to the target-global-mbox via
targetPageParams(). For more information, see Passing Parameters to a Global mbox.
You’ll also want to add targeting to the conversion piece so that Target only counts conversions on the target-global-mbox when the order confirmation page has been viewed, as shown below:
The Site Pages section illustrated above contains the following selections: Current Page, URL, contains, orderconfirm.
The options in the above illustration include the following settings: