AT Internet

Integration

 

AB Tasty enables you to send your test data to AT Internet

To do this, follow the steps below:

  1. Access the dashboard and clickIntegration_Guide_Analytics_Tools_21.jpg> Settings > Integrations > Web Analytics tools.
  2. Enter the Wave number.

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Dedicated Reports

 

All the waves sent can be found in the dedicated reports, in the Analyzer NX section of AT Internet. To access this section, click Ergonomics > Multivariate Testing.

Three different reports are available:

 

Tests

The Tests report lets you view the test names and the related metrics. If you cannot find the related metric, click “M” in the upper right-hand section of the table to select another. 

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Waves

The Waves report includes the number of waves assigned to each test, as well as the test name.

 

Creation

The Creation report includes the name of the variation as well as the related wave and the test name:

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These reports enable you to make sure the data is forwarded correctly, but they do not enable in-depth analysis. For this purpose, we recommend applying segments to your reports, to filter them on a specific test or a variation.

 

Applying a Segment to a Report 

 

There are two ways of creating a segment on a test.

 

Segmenting on a Test Name

To create a segment on the name of a test, follow the steps below:

  1. Access the Segmentation section in the left-hand column and click Create.
  2. Select Content and drag over the Multivariate Testing criterion:

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    The following screen appears:

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  3. Double-click the test that interests you.
  4. Click OK.

You now have several options:

  • Click Use for single use. 
  • Click Save your segment to use it again.

 

Segmenting on the Related Wave

To create a segment on a wave related to a test, follow the steps below:

  1. Access the Segmentation section in the left-hand column and click Create.
  2. Select Content and drag over the Multivariate Testing criterion.
  3. Select Wave in the left-hand column.
  4. Click OK.

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Once your segments are created, you can browse the reports and view the filtered data.

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