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This page lists important changes made to the Adobe Target product documentation.

Adobe Target Standard/Premium 20.5.1 (June 17, 2020)

Date
Topic
Changes
July 7
Added information about the July 8 Adobe Target Coffee Break.
June 25
Added information about the Target Standard/Premium 20.6.1 release (July 2020).
New topic detailing the different sources of Target documentation.
June 23
Added information about the June 24 Adobe Target Coffee Break.
Added note that creating dependent profile scripts that use the result of one profile script in another profile script is not recommended.
Added the following video: Office hours: at.js tips and overview
June 17
Updated topic.
Added information about response tokens for Traffic Allocation Method for Auto-Target and Automated Personalization activities.
Added information about Analytics for Target (A4T) support for Auto-Allocate activities.
Added information about the new Publisher role under Specify roles and permissions .
Added information about the new Publisher role under Step 6: Specify roles and permissions .
Added link to the Office hours: Target Premium Workspaces session .
This release includes enhancements and fixes. You can read about them and link to the documentation from the Release Notes. This release also includes many documentation updates throughout the help.

Adobe Target Standard/Premium 20.4.1 (May 6, 2020)

Date
Topic
Changes
June 15
Added information about the at.js 1.8.2 and at.js 2.3.1 releases.
Added information about the at.js 1.8.2 and at.js 2.3.1 releases.
Updated the notes for the Target Standard/Premium 20.5.1 release (June 17, 2020) to include information about A4T support in Analysis Workspace.
June 12
Added information about the deviceIdLifetime setting.
Added information about the at.js 1.8.2 and at.js 2.3.1 releases.
June 8
Updated text for the following FAQ: "Is Target Mobile a functionality of Adobe Target Premium Product SKU only?"
Updated entire topic.
June 5
Added information about the June 10 Adobe Target Coffee Break.
Updated text for the following FAQ: "Why can't I see lift and confidence on calculated metrics?"
June 4
Updated the "Reports in Analytics" section.
June 1
Added new page to announce upcoming Target events.
Updated viewport dimensions and resolutions for Apple iPhone 11, Apple iPhone SE, and Google Pixel 2 XL models.
May 28
Added the following new FAQ:
  • How are the New Visitors and Returning Visitors metrics counted?
May 27
Added information about Analytics for Target (A4T) support for Auto-Allocate activities.
May 26
Added following information: "The parameter remains in the profile after disabling the script. Users whose profiles already contain a parameter that is used in an activity's audience will qualify in that activity."
May 21
Added mboxedge30.tt.omtrdc.net to the list.
May 20
Added information about the upcoming Target Standard/Premium 20.6.1 (June 10, 2020) release.
Added note to the "Security best practices" section.
May 14
Added information about Profile Batch Status API v2 changes.
May 13
Added "Known limitations" section.
May 11
Added information about using the ubox functionality with redirects and allowlists.
Added information about using hosts to avoid Open Redirect Vulnerabilities.
Added information about using hosts to avoid Open Redirect Vulnerabilities.
Added information about using hosts to avoid Open Redirect Vulnerabilities.
May 7
With the upcoming deprecation of mbox.js on August 30, 2020, David Son, Adobe Target Product Manager recently hosted a developer chat to discuss the benefits of migrating mbox.js to at.js. There is a link where you can watch the webinar for the next 30 days.
Updated the "Considerations" section.
Updated "overrideMboxEdgeServer" row under "Settings."
May 6
Added information about ITP 2.3.
This release includes enhancements and fixes. You can read about them and link to the documentation from the Release Notes. This release also includes many documentation updates throughout the help.

Adobe Target Standard/Premium 20.2.1 (February 19, 2020)

Date
Topic
Changes
May 4
Added new FAQ: "Why is the traffic split between my experiences uneven in my A/B or MVT activity?"
April 29
Added known issue for reporting with extreme orders.
April 28
Removed information about using user.header('x-forwarded-for') with newer AWS edges to retrieve users' IP addresses. This command now works with newer AWS edges.
Changed date of the Target Standard/Premium release (20.4.1) to May 6.
April 23
Updated topic.
April 22
Added new section: Profile Batch Status API v2 changes (May 4, 2020).
April 20
Added new section: Adobe Target Skill Builder: Developer chat, migrate Adobe Target's mbox.js to at.js.
April 14
New topic.
April 10
Added new section: "Implementation best practices."
April 7
Updated text for "Why can't I see lift and confidence on calculated metrics?"
April 2
Added information about using user.header('x-forwarded-for') with newer AWS edges to retrieve users' IP addresses.
Added following note:
  • After installing the ECID library v4.3.0+ and at.js 2. x , you will be able to create activities that span unique domains as well as track users. It is important to note that this functionality works only after the session expires.
March 30
Added a known issues that affects at.js versions prior to at.js 2.2.0. This issue caused click tracking to not report conversions in Analytics for Target (A4T) when Adobe Analytics code was not present on page elements.
Added the following information to at.js version 2.2.0 details:
  • Fixed an issue that caused click tracking to not report conversions in Analytics for Target (A4T) when Adobe Analytics code was not present on page elements.
March 25
Added information about the following new versions of at.js:
  • at.js version 2.3.0
  • at.js version 1.8.1
Added the following new rows in the "Settings" section:
  • cspScriptNonce
  • cspStyleNonce
Added the following new section:
  • Content Security Policy
March 24
Added information about impacts for the following:
  • Profile scripts based on 3rdPartyID
  • QA/Preview URLs in iOS devices
March 20
Indicated that the Target Standard/Premium 20.2.1 release will be March 23, 2020.
March 13
Udated the number of "Audiences, reusable per account."
March 12
Added registration information for free access to the online, digital Summit conference.
March 9
Added more information in the "Replacement of last octet of IP addresses" section.
Updated code sample in Pass a multi-value parameter in JavaScript .
Added code sample in Using APIs under Implementing multi-value attributes .
March 4
Updated entire topic, with extensive revisions to the "Best practices" section.
February 21
Added information about the new Adobe Experience Cloud navigation.
February 20
Updated the description for the enabled setting. Added information for the following settings: pageLoadEnabled and viewsEnabled .
February 19
Added information about the upcoming deprecation of the mbox.js library.
Added note that mboxOverride.browserIp is supported in at.js 1. x only.
Clarified text explaining which versions of at.js the Target team supports.
This release includes enhancements and fixes. You can read about them and link to the documentation from the Release Notes. This release also includes many documentation updates throughout the help.

Adobe Target Standard/Premium 20.1.1 (February 4, 2020)

Date
Topic
Changes
February 4
This release includes enhancements and fixes. You can read about them and link to the documentation from the Release Notes. This release also includes many documentation updates throughout the help.