02-27-2018 12:22 AM
We want to track how many users do not allow setting 3rd-party cookies.
02-27-2018 05:09 AM
Hello - I don't know if there's a built-in variable which provides the flag you want, but it seems you could create one yourself. Try and set a cookie value, then retrieve it immediately following. If the value returned is null, then you have your answer and can take further action.
I hope this helps you along... please keep us posted!
02-27-2018 05:16 AM
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03-23-2018 09:04 AM
@craig_rouse Ok we have now implemented it with @maciekstanasiuk. It looks like it is working. Yesterday, the data looked fishy, but that was due to what seems like an incidence in the Universal Data Hub infrastructure (Data Layer Enrichment was malfunctioning during most of the day).
Today it looks better, and if you look at the second table, you see what we would expect: Most Safari browsers do not accept third-party cookies, in other browsers that percentage is almost negligible (which surprises me a bit, so I hope what Tealium's flag represents is really acceptance of 3rd party cookies). Still, for us in Switzerland, Safari is about 60% of the traffic, so third-party cookies are a no-go for tracking.
03-23-2018 12:45 PM