As we all know, although the functionality of Load Rules is similar to Conditions, we can't manage extensions using Load Rules or use those Load Rules to replace Extension Conditions. Load Rules are always in the same location in the UI and can be applied more than once which makes them easy to maintain. They also have the bonus ability to manage timeframes as conditions as well. We often have the problem of needing to maintain multiple extensions with the same Conditions which could be leveraged by a Load Rule instead. Here is my take on how we can take advantage of Load Rules within Extensions, and perhaps simplify some implementation and maintenance.
Implementing the Tealium Universal Tag (utag.js) on your website isn't rocket science, but it does require a fair amount of pre-planning and requirements gathering. We have a whole team of implementation specialists dedicated to guiding customers through this initial process. It's a non-trivial amount of work to get a robust implementation deployed to your production site. Which is why it's worth thinking about your long-term strategy for maintaining that implementation.
Tealium hosted 51 of San Diego's most ambitious coders this past weekend for a friendly competition and some stellar networking! After sessions with some of our in-house technical experts, attendees were set free to code and impress the judges with their presentations.
The Tealium Learning Center contains an endless supply of information to help you. Whether you're looking for an answer to your specific question, referencing the product guides, or want to get the latest from the blog or ideas area, your first interaction with TLC will most likely be the search feature. The TLC has a powerful search engine with several filter options available, so here are some tips to help you search more effectively.
We invite the best and brightest to join us in San Diego for a friendly competition and the chance to win one of our many prizes. Tealium’s Game of Codes will run from August 17th through August 18th, with optional break outs for contestants and clients alike to learn more about the Tealium technology stack.
You may have noticed the Community Support and Feedback forum, but wondered how it's used. Today’s TLC Tip is a quick overview of that forum to help put a spotlight on an area that we think you'll find useful. We know that there are many channels you can use for feedback, so here are some guidelines for when to use this one.
In my previous blog post, I covered how businesses use third-party cookies to identify users as they move across web sites. This practice is now being challenged by ITP 2.1 in Safari and by similar approaches in other browsers. I discussed two different workarounds that some vendors are using to combat the problem. But each workaround still has limitations, and this post is an overview of some other solutions we have seen our customers implement to maintain visitor identification for their website users.
We have some tips on how to provide a great answer in the TLC forums. While this may seem like a topic almost too obvious to bring up, this blog post will cover everything related to finding and providing answers in the forums, such as searching for existing answers, marking replies as an accepted solution, and writing better answers.
In this blog post we show how to update your profile. To access your profile, at the top right of the screen select the username drop-down and click My profile. A quick look at the top of your profile will show your avatar, how many discussion posts you’ve made, kudos you’ve given and received, and how many of your answers were marked as solutions.