Message Delivery Glossary (Legacy)
Your organization should include the message delivery event after the condition event in a scenario. By structuring a scenario this way you are building the following logic: If [condition is met] then [deliver a message at this frequency]. Alternatively, for GDPR non-TCF implementations, your organization can elect to use a message delivery with a frequency cap (e.g. show message every 3 months) without utilizing a condition.
The message options in Sourcepoint's scenario builder allow your organization to control the delivery of a message. Configuring the message delivery option entails setting both the frequency and message. In the table below, please find the various frequencies that you can select when configuring your message delivery:
Message Delivery Option
Description
Show Message Always
If the condition(s) of the scenario are satisfied, always show the message.
Show Message Once
If the condition(s) of the scenario are satisfied, should the message once.
Show Message Num Times
If the condition(s) of the scenario are satisfied, continually show the message for every configured numbered of pageviews.
Message Frequency Cap
If the condition(s) of the scenario are satisfied, show a message a finite number of times across a set interval of time (e.g. show message every 3600 seconds for a maximum of 4 times).
Note: The frequency cap parameters are stored in the sp_v1_freqcap cookie.
Session Message Number Limit
If the condition(s) of the scenario are satisfied, show a message a finite number of times during an end-user's session
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