Troubleshooting live CTAs using the admin widget
2. And a link to the page on your website
There’s also a link with easy access to your ConvertFlow website’s dashboard, and a link to reset your tracking session.
In the admin widget, your CTA campaigns are organized by campaign type.
Click to toggle and see which campaigns are successfully targeting the page and which ones are not.
This is indicated by the green checkmark, meaning the targeting conditions were successfully met. Or, by a red X, meaning that the targeting conditions were not met.
Click the CTA to see which targeting conditions were successfully met, and which ones weren't.
Are your changes not taking effect?
How ConvertFlow's caching works
ConvertFlow's tracking script, CTAs and pages are heavily compressed and served through a CDN. They also are locally cached until you make a change to your targeting. This means ConvertFlow personalizes your website and loads CTAs in just a few milliseconds, having little to no impact on your website's load time.
Because ConvertFlow is cached on CDN, it make take up to a minute for your campaign targeting and CTA updates to take effect on your website. ConvertFlow will serve a cached version of your script for 30 seconds before getting the latest version with your most recent changes.
To help speed up testing live changes when implementing new campaigns, once you've made a change to your ConvertFlow setup, we will not cache your script for visitors until 10 minutes after your last change was made.
Once you're done, it will begin to be cached in our CDN to increase performance for visitors across the globe.
ConvertFlow users tend to value their website's performance. If you're running a performance profile, make sure to wait 10 or so minutes after making updates to your implementation for our CDN to begin serving the cached version of your script that the vast majority of your visitors will be loading. This is indicated by the header showing "cf-cache-status: HIT".