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.
Make sure you are logged out of the Visual Editor before you attempt the following steps. This process will not work if you are logged into the Visual Editor.
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.
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.
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.
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