Activity Map lets you view real-time traffic and conversion metrics on individual page elements, such as buttons and banners, so you can fine-tune your digital properties to increase engagement.
Unlike most other web analytics solutions, Activity Map does not require custom code or development to be implemented on your website. It simply identifies links and buttons that meet specific criteria across your website and then tracks these.
When an on-click event occurs, Activity Map Things to do in Toronto will automatically track this and send it to Adobe Experience Cloud. This data can then be viewed in the Activity Map reporting dashboard or through the Network requests window within the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger.
It is important to note that although it can be enabled on a report suite level, Activity Map cannot be disabled unless it has been authorised by the user that holds the relevant ‘Adobe Experience Cloud’ admin level access for the relevant report suite.
Enabling the ‘Snap to Roads’ feature on your activity trip lines means that you will automatically see trip points mapped to roads along your route – this can be particularly useful when your journey was cut short or if you were travelling by car and wanted to make sure that the maps you were viewing matched your route perfectly!
The ‘Snap to Roads’ option is automatically activated on your activity when you select Edit on the Activity page. Once you have the option selected then you can then zoom in to discover more (or less) GPS points along your route – it’s a great way to find out where your journey took you and how far you went!
Adding new locations to your location history is easy. Firstly, you can simply open the Google Maps app on your mobile device and search for the location that you want to add to your location history.
Once the location is added, it will be visible on your location history in the Timeline section of your account. You can also add additional locations at any time and delete them when you’re done.
When you’re ready to start a new map, just add an existing point or create a new one by clicking on the blue plus sign. You can then choose how you want to view the map from here – with a fullscreen, dark mode or in a ‘list’ view.
If you’re using a ‘List’ view then it is recommended that you use the ‘Snap to Roads’ setting as this will ensure the map is always displaying your trip on the correct roads. You can then move the location to a different area if you want to, by tapping the ‘Drop Pins’ button on the top left of the map and dragging it to where you want it positioned.
You can also change the size of your map by clicking on the ‘Resize’ button on the bottom right of the map and selecting how large you would like it to be.