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25 Various Rule Event Types and Condition Types

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In this session, we will explain the EVENTS and CONDITIONS in the Rule. EVENTS and CONDITIONS (if) Events with any conditions are the If  portion of a rule.

If a specified event occurs, the conditions are evaluated, then the specified actions take place if needed.
  • Events——Specify one or more events that must take place to trigger the rule. Multiple events are joined by an OR. Any of the specified events will trigger the rule.
  • Conditions——Narrow the event by configuring any conditions that must be true for an event to trigger the rule. An exception is defined as a NOT condition. Multiple conditions are joined by an AND.

Event Types

 

Browser Events

Browser Events has two, Tab Blur and Tab Focus

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Tab Blur

Trigger the action when a tab loses the focus. Fired when the user clicks on a browser tab to jump to another page, When the page I am on is https://www.bbccss.com:25 Various Rule Event Types and Condition Types

 

Then I clicked the second page to jump to https://www.bbccss.com/contact-me:

25 Various Rule Event Types and Condition Types

For the first page, it was Tab Blur.

 

There are no settings for this event type. E.g:

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Tab Focus

Trigger the action when a tab gains the focus.  Click or open the current page, or follow the example above. For the second page, it is Tab Focus.

There are no settings for this event type. Eg:

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Form Events

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Blur

Trigger the action when a form loses the focus. Mouse away from form, click elsewhere

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Eg:(Positioning via CSS)

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Change

Enter information after clicking on the form, We enter the information and this is the change:

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Eg:

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Compared with Blur, there is more setting information, but it is basically not checked.

Focus

Trigger the action when a form gains the focus. Clicking on a form is Focus. After clicking, the cursor is here:

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Eg:

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Submit

Trigger the action when a form is submitted. Confirm that the form is successfully submitted. Note that this means successful. Only successful ones will be tracked. Unsuccessful will not be triggered.

Please note that the confirmation button must be type = submit, which is the same as GTM, otherwise it cannot be triggered.

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Eg:

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Keyboard Events

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Key Press

Trigger the event if a key is pressed.  Monitor the operation of keyboard keys.

 

Eg:

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It is still positioned by CSS. In fact, The position of each key corresponds to the keycode, you can check it through https://keycode.info/, but it seems that it is not recommended in Launch.

 

Media Events

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Media Ended

Trigger the event when the media ends. Play ends.

 

Media Loaded Data

Trigger the event when the media loads data.

 

Media Pause

Trigger the event when the media is paused.

 

Media Play

Trigger the even when the media is played.

 

Media Stalled

Trigger the event if the media stalls.

 

Media Time Played

Trigger the event if the media is played for a specified length of time. Play duration or playback ratio

Eg:

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Media Volume Changed

Trigger the event if the volume is raised or lowered.

Mobile Events

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Orientation Change

Trigger the event if the device’s orientation changes.
In addition, specify that the event is triggered after a specific amount of time.
There are no settings for this event type.

Zoom Change

Trigger the event if the user zooms in or out.
There are no settings for this event type.

Mouse Events

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Click

Trigger the event if the specified element is clicked,contains touchpad and mouse clicks.  This is the most used, For details, please refer to: 19 Click Tracking Implementation

Hover

Trigger the event if the user hovers over a specified element.  configure whether the rule is triggered immediately or after a specified number of milliseconds.

Mousedown

Just a mouse click, our most common operation.

Other Events

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Custom Code

Custom code, you can use js to process some data will return the results you want

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Custom Event

Trigger the event if a custom event type occurs.
To be able to listen to an event, you have to first trigger one. Events are defined in the site’s code by your developers. This code is triggered on the page and actively sends data:
<span style="font-size: 12pt;">var addToCart = new CustomEvent('addToCart', 'detail': {'product_id': data.product.sku, 'quantity': data.product.quantity, 'price': data.product.price.fullPrice});
document.getElementById('minicart').dispatchEvent(addToCart);
</span>
Then you can use Custom Event to listen and receive it, this mode is the same as GTM DataLayer.  Specify the name of the custom event type, then configure the other settings as described in Options , below.
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Data Element Changed

Trigger the event if a specified data element changes.
Enter the data element name. You can select the data element from a list by clicking the icon and then selecting the data element.
Launch will check the data element for changes every second, and trigger if there is a change. This form is usually used in single-page applications. If the user leaves soon, it may not trigger.

Direct Call

Designed to bypass event detection and lookup systems.
Direct call rules are ideal for situations where you want to tell Launch exactly what is happening. Also, they are ideal when Launch cannot detect an event in the DOM, such as with Adobe Flash.
Specify the _satellite.track string.  Proactive triggering is more accurate, but requires development to add code where it needs to be tracked. The format of the added code is: _satellite.track (‘haran’)
Do the following configuration in Launch:25 Various Rule Event Types and Condition Types

Element Exists

Trigger the event if a specified element exists.

Enters Viewport

Trigger the event if the user enters a specified viewport.
In addition, configure whether the rule is triggered immediately or after a specified number of milliseconds.

History Change

Trigger the event if a pushState or hash change occurs.
There are no settings for this event type.

Time Spent on Page

Trigger the event if the user remains on the page for a specified number of seconds.
Specify the number of seconds that must pass before the event is triggered.

 

 

Page Load Events

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DOM Ready

Trigger when the DOM is ready and the user can interact with the page
There are no settings for this event type.

Library Loaded (Page Top)

Trigger the event as soon as the Launch library is loaded.
There are no settings for this event type.

Page Bottom

Trigger the event once _satellite.pageBottom(); has been called. When loading the Launch library asynchronously, this event type should not be used.
There are no settings for this event type.

Window Loaded

Trigger the event when onLoad is called by the browser and the page has finished loading.
There are no settings for this event type.

 

 

Condition Types

This section describes the condition types available in the Core extension. Condition is a restriction on the event, making it more accurate.

 

Data

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Custom Code

Specify any custom code that must exist as a condition of the event. Use the built-in code editor to enter the custom code.

Value Comparison

Compares two values to determine whether this condition returns true. If you have a rule with multiple conditions, it is possible that this condition will return true, but the rule will still not fire because the other conditions evaluate as false or one of the exceptions evaluates as true.

Variable

Specify the JavaScript variable name and value that must exist for an event to trigger an action.

Engagement

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Landing Page

Specify the page the user must land on to trigger the event.

 

New/Returning Visitor

Specify whether the visitor should be a new visitor or a returning visitor for an event to trigger an action.
Select one of the following:
  • New Visitor
  • Returning Visitor

 

Page Views

Configure the number of times the visitor must view the page before the action is triggered.

Sessions

Trigger the action if the user’s number of sessions meets the specified criteria.

Time On Site

Trigger the action if the user’s number of sessions meets the specified criteria.
Configure how long the visitor must be on the site before the action is triggered.

 

Traffic Source

Trigger the action if the user’s number of sessions meets the specified criteria.

Other

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Date Range

Specify a date range. Choose the date and time the event occurs after, the date it occurs before, and the time zone.

Max Frequency

Specify the maximum number of times the condition returns true. You can select from the following options:
  • Page view
  • Sessions
  • Visitor
  • Seconds
  • Minutes
  • Days
  • Weeks
  • Months

Sampling

Specify the percentage of the time the condition returns true.

Technology

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Browser

Select the browser the visitor must use for the action to be triggered.
Select one or more of the following browsers:
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer/Edge
  • Internet Explorer Mobile
  • Mobile Safari
  • OmniWeb
  • Opera
  • Opera Mini
  • Opera Mobile
  • Safari

 

Device Type

Select the device type the visitor must use for the action to be triggered.
Select one or more of the following device types:
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • Desktop
  • iPad
  • iPhone
  • iPod
  • Nokia
  • Windows Phone

 

Operating System

Select the operating system the visitor must use for the action to be triggered.
Select one or more of the following operating systems:
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • iOS
  • Linux
  • MacOS
  • Maemo
  • Symbian OS
  • Unix
  • Windows

 

Screen Resolution

Select the screen resolution visitors must use on their devices for the action to be triggered.

Window Size

Select the window size visitors must use on their devices for the action to be triggered.

 

URL

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Domain

Specify the visitor’s domain.

Hash

Specify one or more hash patterns that must exist in the URL.

Path

Specify one or more paths that must exist in the URL.

Protocol

Specify the protocol used in the URL.
Select one of the following:
  • HTTP
  • HTTPS

 

Subdomain

Specify one or more subdomains that must exist in the URL.

URL Parameter

Specify URL parameter used in the URL.

 

 


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