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I've been wondering whether it is possible to create a profile where I can unify all data from all other profiles? Let's say I have about 100 profiles where I want to leverage AS in order to a) enrich my data layer and use live events b) use a connector with a third-party and send data there. But even if the action is going to be exactly the same, I would have to replicate it in about 100 cases and then manage that, is that correct?
I've given a quick read to the article about libraries but I'm not 100% sure how they work - are they more like a settings template, or are they really a reference to the data inside different profiles? If it's the latter, then is is possible for me to just create 100 libraries from the profiles I have and the coalesce them under one profile so I can leverage AS there in a quick and efficient manner?
Thanks for help!
From what i understand you want to send all data into 1 Audeincestream profile.
Then yeah you can.
You will first need to setup the profile in IQ, then get your Tealium account manager to activate Audiencestream for you.
Then under each profile you will need to add the tag Tealium Collect, and then point to the profile you want the data to be sent, and also you can add a key so at least you know which profile the data is coming from your unified view.
I see, but from what I remember from training, it is not recommended to have more than one Tealium Collect tags per profile/site, is that correct? Because if yes, your solution wouldn't appeal to me - I have profiles that are set up already and are collecting data via the tags per each of their own instance. Also, I cannot edit the existing Collect tags to override the end-profile - the data needs to be in both places, the per-market-profile and the new one I'm trying to get, coalescing the data. So, my question still stands, is there a solution for that or am I misinterpreting something?
Thanks for looking into it, cheers!
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