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Hey @alex_clemmons. Are you talking about Adobe SiteCatalyst, Adobe Test and Target?

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Hi Alex, if you are referring to Adobe sitecat then yes, they are. I use a number of them for our reporting needs at my company. there are some cool ones out there. Implementation is usually pretty easy as well. Hope this helps.

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Hi @nathan_normand. I'm just curious, what Adobe SiteCatalyst plugins are you using?

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Hi @kathleen_jo, we currently use the getPercentPageViewed, getPreviousValue, getTimeParting, and the getLoadTime plugins. We are also considering adding a couple more soon. 

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@nathan_normand Interesting. Thank you for sharing!

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Hi @alex_clemmons,

 

Yes they are, you can put both your plugins AND doPlugins code into an extension and scope it to your site catalyst tag.

 

Plugins are the standard Adobe plugins that they support out of the box; we pretty much use them all in our s_code.js.

doPlugins are the customised functions which you may want to add yourself (depending on how advanced you are with javascript).

 

Here at my company, we heavily rely on doPlugins to rebuild data before sending off to Site Catalyst.