After you click Add criteria, a new view opens where you enter the name and criteria type of the rule.
A criterion is a prerequisite to be met in order for a particular view to appear.
Select a criteria type from the list. You will get different settings depending on the type you selected. Below we list all the different types of criteria:
Here you can select a metadata that contains/is equal to/less than/greater than the value you enter.
In the example below, the "Start for menu" metadata should be equal to "Economy" for a view to appear.
Here you select the language that will match the language of the page for a criterion to be met.
Here you select the language that will match the browser language for a criterion to be met.
Allows you to specify a criterion where the user comes from a specific IP address range.
Here you can specify a criterion where the visitor must be logged in.
Here you appoint a user, folder, or group in the directory to which the view will apply. Click the user icon on the right to appoint the relevant user/folder/group.
Here you can select a virtual group for which the view will apply. All virtual groups available on the website appear in a list.
Here you can appoint a specific attribute to which the view is to apply. For example, if you want the profile to apply to all managers, enter the Attribute name title and Attribute value manager. Click OK.
For this to work, the user must have a value entered in the directory service. You can also specify a custom attribute that is in your directory service.
This criterion is linked to Social Collaboration, which must be enabled on the website to enable you to select user fields.
Here you can select a sessions attribute, for example, if you want to use a value that is in the visitor's session. These values can for example, be set via scripts or custom portlets.
With this criterion you can check if the visitor enters with a mobile device.
A referrer is a header that explains where the visitor came from. So if someone clicks on a link that goes to your page, you can find out where they came from.
If the visitor clicks a shared post on Facebook, the referrer will contain Facebook.
A referrer parameter enables you to use the parameters in the referrer header.
If a visitor clicked on www.minsida.se/index.html?banner=mail, you can create a criterion based on banner = mail.
If the visitor has not visited the website for, say a week, a view can be displayed to them.
A URL parameter enables you to use the parameters in the URL. For example, campaign ID.
Here you can enter a script to check that something is met, such as whether the user is logged in or if the user does not have an e-mail address in the directory service. It is the result variable that has to be set to true or false.
If the visitor has visit the website X times a view can be displayed to them.
The page published: 2019-02-28