Wagxperience comes with a base set of rules that allow you to start segmenting your visitors quickly.
The time rule allows you to segment visitors based on the time of their visit. Define a time frame in which visitors are matched to this segment.
|Start time||The start time of your time frame.|
|End time||The end time of your time frame.|
The day rule allows you to segment visitors based on the day of their visit. Select one or multiple days on which you would like your segment to be applied.
|Monday||Matches when the visitors visits on a monday.|
|Tuesday||Matches when the visitors visits on a tuesday.|
|Wednesday||Matches when the visitors visits on a wednesday.|
|Thursday||Matches when the visitors visits on a thursday.|
|Friday||Matches when the visitors visits on a friday.|
|Saturday||Matches when the visitors visits on a saturday.|
|Sunday||Matches when the visitors visits on a sunday.|
The referral rule allows you to match visitors based on the website they were referred from. For example:
|Regex string||The regex string to match the referral header to.|
Visit count rule¶
The visit count rule allows you to segment a visitor based on the amount of visits per page. Use the operator to to set a maximum, minimum or equal amount of visits.
|Page||The page on which visits will be counted.|
|Count||The amount of visits to match.|
|Operator||Whether to match for more than, less than or equal to the specified visit count.|
The query rule allows you to match a visitor based on the query included in the url. It let’s you define both the parameter and the value. It will look something like this:
|Parameter||The first part of the query (‘campaign’).|
|Value||The second part of the query (‘ourbestoffer’).|
The device rule allows you to match visitors by the type of device they are using. You can select any combination you want.
|Mobile phone||Matches when the visitor uses a mobile phone.|
|Tablet||Matches when the visitor uses a tablet.|
|Desktop||Matches when the visitor uses a desktop.|
User is logged in rule¶
The user is logged in rule allows you to match visitors that are authenticated and logged in to your app.
|Is logged in||Whether the user is logged in or logged out.|