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Status Planned
Created by Guest
Created on May 13, 2022

Save Test URL(s) of a Page

Hi!


As an Optimizely editor, it would like to be able to save the Test URL(s) in a page's settings so that it helps others on revisiting the settings to quickly grasp the conditions of a page and also to see the effects of any following adjustments to the page's conditions.


Currently, these Test URL(s) are unfortunately being reset after leaving the "Settings"-view of a page.


Thank you in advance and please let me know if there are any questions!


With the kindest regards,

Matthias

  • Guest
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    Oct 31, 2023

    Hi Jett,


    That's fantastic news, thank you for the update! Looking forward to use the feature once implemented!


    Wkr,
    Matthias

  • Optimizely
    Jett Sy
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    Oct 20, 2023

    Hi Matthias. Apologies for the delays in getting to this as there's been a lot of shifting in the team the past quarters. The work for this is already queued up and planned. We'll be sure to get a dev's hand on this as soon as resources are available.

  • Optimizely
    Jett Sy
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    Mar 9, 2023

    Update: Looking into this now. If no blockers, expect this to be built by Q2.

  • Guest
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    Jun 1, 2022

    Hi, I am not sure who I am replying to (it says "Guest") but I appreciate your comment!

    I agree!

    If possible, the Test URL(s) should be excluded from the snippet to keep the size of the snippet as small as possible. (Though I doubt a couple of strings would really make a noticable difference...)

    With the kindest regards,

    Matthias


  • Guest
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    May 16, 2022

    Only if it doesn't get saved to the snippet.