Personalising Headless Content across Channels

Personalising Headless CMS content across channels can be achieved with Optimizely Visitor Groups when a property in the http request can identify the source.

For example a mobile app request sent to a Headless CMS could include the following Http Header key value: “mobile-app-request”:true

Request Header Visitor Group Criterion

A visitor group criterion is required that can can match a request if it sees a header with a specified value.

We have pushed the following GitHib repo containing source code for a Request Header Visitor Group Criterion packaged so that it can be added to a nuget feed.

https://github.com/made-to-engage/EPiServer-Request-Header-Visitor-Group

Once installed, CMS Editor’s have the ability to personalise content for channels.

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