This article explains how to use the boolean attribute data type. Booleans are used to store true or false values.
A boolean attribute is used to store the true or false value of a condition. For example, a boolean can store whether or not a visitor had added items to their cart or visited a specific section of site.
The boolean attribute is available in the following scopes: Event, Visit, Visitor.
Use this enrichment to set the boolean attribute to true or false.
This example shows how to know if a visitor has added an item to his/her cart using a boolean attribute named “Did Add to Cart”. Initialize the attribute by settting it to false at the beginning of each visit, then set it to true whenever the
cart_add event occurs.
Create two enrichments to achieve this:
Set to: false WHEN: New Visit
Set to: true WHEN: Any event Rule: tealium_event equals "cart_add"
Attribute Name: Did Add to Cart
- Starting Value:
- Enriched With:
- Resulting Value
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This page was last updated: January 7, 2023