Auditor release notes
February 5, 2019
The maximum number of pages allowed in a scan has been increased from 100 to 500.
Because of this increase, the time required to complete a scan is longer. In some cases, it might take up to 48 hours to complete a 500-page scan.
November 2, 2018
You can now cancel a currently running audit from the Auditor page, Card view, or when attempting to create a new audit.
June 4, 2018
- Users can now delete completed audits from the list view, tile view, and audits detail view
- Audit settings now included as a part of XLSX downloads
- Added rubric version tracking to the PDF report
- Improved messaging when an audit only scans a single page
- Added link to view full report from the Excel download page
Ensure that the Administration link is shown in the shell when a user is an admin of the IMS organization
May 17, 2018
- Added regular expression testing and validation to the New Audit setupYou can more easily enter Include or Exclude filters because RegEx values are validated when you enter them.
- Added the ability to download audit reports as a PDF.
- Added the test rubric version number to the audit settings on a completed audit.
Initial release, March 22, 2018
Access to Auditor is being granted in a rolling fashion. All customers will have access by the end of April, 2018.
Adobe Experience Platform Auditor grades Adobe Experience Cloud implementations recommends improvements. Auditor helps you get more value from your Adobe products, individually and collectively.
With Auditor, you can:
- Scan Scan 100 web pages at a time for Adobe technology. Use advanced filters to include or exclude any pages as needed. You may run one audit at a time and an unlimited number of audits.
- Understand Receive a report that scores your Adobe implementations based on tag presence, configuration, and consistency.
- Improve Get recommendations on how to upgrade your implementation and get the full value of your Adobe investment. Auditor tells you exactly how an implementation can be improved, indicates the webpage where the issue was found, and then gives guidance on how to fix it.
By empowering you to troubleshoot and correct your own implementations, Auditor gives you greater control over your implementation tags and, therefore, your data. This reduces the need to contact Customer Care with questions about your implementation tags.
Auditor has been developed as a cooperative effort between Adobe and ObservePoint. Auditor users may use limited ObservePoint functionality for no additional cost. To use Auditor, you must opt-in to communications from ObservePoint.