Targeting and recommending content to website visitors requires that you collect data about those visitors. If you don’t know information about visitors, you cannot effectively display personalized content that intrinsically meets their needs.
Enable the do not track feature for a visitor
Disable the do not track feature for a visitor: This does not currently work. Instead, use one of the following methods to disable tracking:
Manually delete the user cookies.
Run the following commands in the console:
document.cookie.replace("tc_dnt=true", "tc_dnt=false"); _tcaq.push(['setDoNotTrack', false]);
For GDPR-compliant websites, this setting
true for all visitors during their initial website visit. When
the user accepts cookies, the setting updates to
false, enabling user
_tcaq functions are only available after
loaded on a page after personalization return. You will know
lift-capture.js hasn’t loaded on a page if you receive the following
ReferenceError: _tcaq is not defined
In the Personalization interface, you can review properties about visitors in the Person details page. To determine if a visitor has enabled or disabled the do not track setting on your website, review the visitor’s Do Not Track property:
No: Do not track is disabled.
Yes: Do not track is enabled.
For more information about reviewing visitors’ Person details, see Examining visitor information.