I am trying to run an A/B Test with a variation that hides my Shopify navigation bar & replaces it with a simplified navigation bar created in builder.
Once I hide or unhide the navigation bar using Builder’s editor - any A/B Testing variations created don’t have the ability to then unhide or hide the bar again. For instance - if I create a control page as Test A (with the Shopify Nav) - I don’t have the ability in Test B to hide the Shopify Nav (the toggle box is no longer appearing).
Can someone please advise or help with the setup of this test? Thank you so much in advance!
I believe my scenario is slightly different form the example you shared. I’m unable to hide the header on only specific test variants when I use Builder’s A/B functionality. Can you take a look at the way this page is setup?
Thanks Manish - however once I publish the A/B Test — you can no longer make edits to any of the variations, correct? I’d prefer to have a way to see previews of the variants to share out with other functions / teams before we officially set the test live.
Once a test is published and receiving traffic, you cannot add or remove variants. This ensures that the results of your test aren’t impacted by data from previous tests or earlier versions of the content. To see the preview and share it with other teams before publishing it, you can possibly share the draft mode URL with them which they can verify by checking in browser normal mode and incognito mode.
I don’t believe the draft-mode URL is possible for additional variants. Can I duplicate the variants onto separate pages by chance & share out those as previews? Ideally need examples for all variants before we publish the test live.
Looks like publish is failing because of the below error
Could not save auto save FirebaseError: [code=invalid-argument]: Document ‘projects/builder-3b0a2/databases…’ cannot be written because its size (1,741,310 bytes) exceeds the maximum allowed size of 1,048,576 bytes
We have a 1 MB limit on firestore documents, and your content has already exceeded that limit so publishing the content is failing. The general workaround has been to extract symbols/templates to make the document smaller. We recommend that you convert some of your sections to symbols and templates to make the document size smaller to resolve this.