2. I duplicated this survey to create the latest version. I also created a test survey just to check out capturing cookies. And I installed a Firefox add-on to examine cookies.
3. The test survey appears to show that setting the duplicate cookie setting either globally or in a campaign produces the same results. When the campaign link is used, the campaign ID is included in the cookie name as well as the survey name, but the value is the same.
Has anyone else seen anything like this?
Hi Lola. The point is that on the copied survey global duplicate protection doesn’t work – at least for the cookie. On the newly created test survey global duplicate protection works.
Is that clearer now?
Not sure if I follow exactly, but in general I would typically use one or the other cookie protection (either the overall setting, or link/campaign specific). I would only use the campaign/link specific cookie protection if I want it on for one link and not another. If I want the protection for the whole survey, I would use the overall setting rather than the link specific setting on each link.
Are you seeing an issue when you have both the overall and the link specific settings enabled?
Sorry if I’m not understanding correctly!