Due to security reasons and the upcoming changes in Google Chrome cookie management as well, we added a new flag to our session cookies.
From July 9th, our session cookies will now have the same-site attribute set to Lax.
This specifies our session cookies are not shared with any third party domain, making it safer and more trustworthy to you and your browser.
The samesite=Lax flag not being a new attribute, it should be handled properly by recent browsers, so you shouldn't be facing any login issue with it.
From now on, find your Rich Media data in Data Query 3 in order to benefit from its analysis capabilities. To simplify the transition between our Rich Media module and AV Insights, we have merged the properties, you will find more information in our documentation.
It is now possible to select several operators on the same property! For example, you can retrieve the first and last day of a visitor's visit in a single set of data!
In order to improve the readability of the duration, you can now display the time with an hour, minute and second format.
In order to simplify the reading of properties by reducing the size of the property names, we have removed the scope mentions within the property. For example, "Sources (visits)" is now "Sources". Explanations of the scopes can be found in the property definitions.
A new question is now available in the FAQ to better understand how the sources work.
Advanced ecommerce (Sales Insights) is now available in Data Query 3, as is the new AV Insights audio-video measurement functionality.
Thanks to a data source selector, you can now manage these new events. Please note that for the time being, these events are independent of the so-called "standard" events, so you will not be able to cross-reference them with the usual properties of sources, devices, geolocation, etc.
🎨 New look
Data Query 3 has been revamped with several subtle cosmetic changes in colors, icons and menus. We hope this will make your browsing and experience even more enjoyable.
It's time to move into the fast lane! Use up to 50 elements (properties + metrics) in your Data Query 3 analysis! Soon, the only limit will be your imagination, or the size of your monitor 😄
For the past few months, Data Query 3 has enabled you to perform complex analyses on the fly. You can now save the most important analyses to use them later.
Please note that these analyses are private, but you can share the results with your colleagues via the URL.
We hosted a 45-minute webinar on Data Query 3, and here's the replay.
The new Access Rights is live with some exciting features:
Give it a try and let us know your thoughts through the feedback field to help us create your best version of the Access Rights! 😉