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If your dataset is configured to track anonymous visitors, Evergage will assign a unique alphanumeric identifier using a first-party cookie. Each time you clear your cookies or use a private browser (i.e. Incognito Mode in Google Chrome), you will be assigned a new anonymous ID. This page outlines how to identify the anonymous ID given to you by Evergage.

Open Developer Tools

This article details the process for finding your anonymous ID using Google Chrome in macOS Sierra, but you can follow a similar process with other browsers on a different operating system.

  1. Open your site in Google Chrome

    NOTE

    You must be on a site that has the Evergage JavaScript Beacon configured or you will not see an anonymous ID
  2. From the browser menu, select View > Developer > Developer Tools

Find Your Anonymous ID

All requests sent to Evergage begin with twreceiver, so you can filter by these requests or just look for them in the list.

  1. At the top of the Developer Tools pane, select Network
  2. In the Name pane, scroll until you can select twreceiver 

    NOTE

    If you do not see any twreceiver events, refresh your browser. Network requests will only be shown from the time you opened Developer Tools.
  3. In the pane to the right, select Headers
  4. Scroll down to the Query String Parameters section and look for .anonID
  5. The alphanumeric string following .anonID is your Evergage anonymous ID. In the example at the right it is caeba019b9995ad

 

Look Up Your History in Evergage

Once you've found your anonymous ID, you can look yourself up in the app to find your activity history, custom field values, and segment data.

Find Activity History

  1. Log into the Evergage Platform
  2. Select SEGMENTS
  3. Locate the segment you wish to filter by your anonymous ID
  4. Paste the anonymous ID in the Global Search field
  5. Your user profile will appear on the Users tab
  6. Double click your record to see your Unified Customer Profile

View Custom Field Values

  1. On the Unified Customer Profile, scroll down to the Overview tab
  2. Custom fields are listed in the Attributes section
  3. Click  to add a new field value

Find Segment Data

  1. On the Unified Customer Profile, select the Segment Membership tab
  2. All segments you are a member of will be displayed
  3. Select a segment to open the Segment Details screen for that segment

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