Setting the traffic allocation is possible in both the production and development environments
Traffic allocation that is set in the production environment applies only to the production environment while traffic allocation in a development environment only applies to the development environment.
Why use the traffic allocation feature?
To minimize the impact of unexpected bugs or unintended consumer experiences, you can start your A/B testing by directly only a small amount of traffic to the experiment. The amount of eligible traffic exposed to the A/B testing can be gradually increased by using the traffic allocation function.
Traffic Allocation is a function that allows you to designate only a desired percentage of the total eligible traffic to the A/B test.
It can be set when starting the A/B test in the production environment, and after the test is started, you can reset the percentage by clicking the Allocate Traffic button located at the top right of the A/B test page.
Click the button to display a pop-up window where you can change the Traffic Allocation settings, and enter the traffic weight in the text box located in the middle area of the pop-up window.
Only integer values from 0 (%) to 100 (%) can be selected for the traffic allocation percentage, and this value cannot be set as a lower value than the previously set value once the A/B test is started.
Click the Allocate Traffic button at the bottom right to apply the increased/changed ratio.
Updated over 1 year ago