If you pass your site data to Monetate with method calls from the API, then following optional conditions are available in the Conditions tab for events.
|Page type||Determines on which page type the action fires. You specify the page type for the page when you use the |
|URL||Determines on which page the action initiates as determined by a URL indicator.|
|Time||Determines between what dates and times the specific action should initiate.|
|Cart Value||Determines if the specific action should show before or after the visitor has a certain value in their cart. Options include greater than, less than, greater/equal to, and less/equal to any indicated value.|
|Landing page||Indicates whether the specific action initiates on the visitor's landing page or on every page except the landing page.|
|Page breadcrumb||Indicates whether a specific action initiates if a particular condition for the page's breadcrumb trail is satisfied. You can pass breadcrumb data to Monetate using the |
|Page category||Indicates whether a specific action initiates on a particular page category. You can pass category information to Monetate using the |
|On product page||Determines if the action fires on the product detail page based on the presence or absence of a certain product ID (PID), SKU, brand, PID in a custom list, product type, or product catalog attribute. You must pass SKU and PID information to Monetate using the |
|On index page||Determines if the action fires on the index page based on the presence or absence of certain product ID (PID), SKU, brand, PID in custom list, or product type. You must pass SKU and PID information to Monetate using the |
Similar to WHO targets in experiences, you apply AND/OR logic to event conditions when you add multiple conditions to an event. You can also use regular expressions for URL-based event conditions.