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What is Intelligems Page Targeting?

Intelligems page targeting allows you to limit your test to specific pages of your store.

How does Intelligems Page Targeting work?

Users will only be included in the test when they land on a page whose URL is included in the test. If a user is on a page that is not included in the test, they will be excluded from the test until they land on an included page. Once a user visits a page this is included in the test, they will be included in the test for the remainder of the test, even if they go back to a page that is not included in Page Targeting. By default, all pages are included in a test.

We match targeting based on the content after your store URL and before any query parameters. For example,

  • https://ovenspring-cookware.myshopify.com/collections

  • https://ovenspring-cookware.com/collections

  • https://ovenspring-cookware.com/collections?utm_source=facebook

will all correctly match the condition:

Page URL equals https://ovenspring-cookware.com/collections. In this example, only "collections" is used in our matching.

URLs with trailing slashes: Similar to Shopify's routing rules, Intelligems will not evaluate a trailing slash at the end of a URL I.e. https://example.com/collections/ will be evaluated the same as https://example.com/collections (no trailing slash).

What types of tests can I use Intelligems Page Targeting for?

Page targeting is currently only available for Content Tests that are created using Onsite Edits, as a Template Test or as an Advanced Test. Page Targeting is not available for Split URL Tests, or Theme Tests for technical reasons.

Examples of Intelligems Page Targeting

Including traffic on a specific product page

You can select a single page to target in your test.

Including traffic on specific product pages

You can select multiple pages to target in your test. When multiple conditions are set, Intelligems will include a user if they meet any of the conditions set.

Including traffic for pages contained inside certain collections

You can set more general inclusion rules by setting a broader URL. In this example, all URLs that start with "collection-a" or "collection-b" will be included but URLs that start with a different URL, I.e. "collection-c" will not be included.

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