Zephr User Guide

Session

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The decision nodes that are available under the Session segment title are as follows:

Device Type

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the device used to access the feature.

Select the device on which to base the decision from the following options:

  • Desktop

    For example, a Windows PC or MacOS X-based computer.

  • Mobile

    For example, a mobile phone or tablet/li>

  • Appliance

    For example, a Smart TV or games console.

  • Crawler

    For example, a program that automatically browses a site to create entries for a search engine index.

    Note: You can grant access to the web crawlers used by Google, Bing, Apple, LinkedIn and Yahoo when setting up your feature. For further information on allowing or denying these web crawlers, see the Creating and Managing Zephr Features topic. You only need to use the Crawler device decision node to control access for other crawlers. The IP address of any crawler allowed access using a decision node is not verified by Zephr.

Country

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the specific country from which the feature is accessed.

Select the country on which to base the decision from the drop-down menu.

State

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the specific state from which the feature is accessed.

Enter the state on which to base the decision in the text box.

City

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the specific city from which the feature is accessed.

Enter the city on which to base the decision in the text box.

Zip Code

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the specific postal area from which the feature is accessed.

Enter the zip code on which to base the decision in the text box.

Date & Time

Use this decision point to define a decision based on the date and time at which the end user accesses the feature.

Select the condition to apply from the Before or After radio buttons.

  • If you select Before or After, enter the date in the Date text box, select the hour from the Hour drop-down menu and the minute from the Minute drop-down menu
  • If you select Between, enter the start date in the From text box and the end date in the To text box and select the start and end times in the Hour and Minute drop-down menus beneath the date fields

By default, the Use Local Time checkbox is selected. This means that the dates and/or times are taken from the end user’s local time. To use the system time, deselect the checkbox.