Thanks to its tracking functionalities, Adobe Campaign enables you to track the behavior of your delivery recipients. To do this, Adobe Campaign uses session cookies and permanent cookies.
Adobe Campaign uses two types of cookies:
- A cookie shared between Adobe Experience Cloud solutions. This enables you to identify the users who interact with the Experience Cloud solutions when they visit a website. The description of this cookie is available here: https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/whitepapers/cookies/cookies_mc.html .
Tracking information are available for each contact of your database into
integrated customer profiles. For more on this, refer to this section .
Tracking logstab lists the tracking history for this delivery. This tab displays the tracking information for the sent messages, such as all the URLs which have been tracked by Adobe Campaign. Tracking information in this tab is updated every 10 minutes.
If tracking is not enabled for a delivery, this tab is not displayed. Tracking logs are available for theemailand
push notificationchannels only.
In the example above, the recipient:
- Opened the message.
- Clicked on the "LEARN MORE" custom link.
- Clicked on the unsubscription and the mirror page link.
Typecolumn, the possible values are:
- Email click: the recipients clicked on a custom link.
- Mirror page: the recipient clicked on a link to the mirror page.
- Open: the recipient opened the email.
- Opt-out: the recipient clicked on an unsubscription link.
push notificationchannel, only clicks on mobile notifications are tracked. In that case, the value will be
Click on mobile notification.
For more on how to insert tracking links, refer to this page .
Tracked URLstab regroups the URLs contained in the sent message, including their URL type and their source URL.
For more on tracking links, refer to this section .