"So back to the question, whether the "Opt-In Status" flag will be set to “True” or “False”, the answer is that it depends on the outcome of all of the enrichments that will be reprocessed when AudienceStream replays all of these visitors' past events."
That's hard to understand for me: Say a person identifed as living in zip code 8000 (string attribute). Now he moves to another city and updates his profile on desktop. His new zip code 7000 is tracked into the same string attribute. What will Visitor Stitching/Data Layer enrichment show the next time for this user when he enters the site on Mobile?
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I'm going to attempt to provide 2 specific scenarios in the hopes that it clears any confusion.
Zip Code may not be the best scenario to use in this use case since you would always want the latest value to be saved. I would venture to say that in most use cases, scenario 1 is what is going to be used.
However, the system is built to be flexibile enough to allow users to determine what exactly they need to do with their data, hence the answers "it is fully dependant on how your enrichments are setup".
Please let me know if this helps, or this caused any further confusion!
08-04-2017 12:09 PM - edited 08-04-2017 12:10 PM
Ok that makes sense, thanks, Dan. This post of yours yearns to be added to that documentation page because it makes it a lot clearer than "it depends on the outcome of all of the enrichments that will be reprocessed when AudienceStream replays all of these visitors' past events" (sorry, I am lost here)! ;)
Indeed @loldenburg. We've definitely heard your request.