Insertion Policies interface overview
This page explains the new Insertion Policy UI. If you are using the old category-based Ad Insertion Policy, see Ad Insertion Policy.
When you open Insertion Policies from the menu , you see the following:
Parts of Insertion Policies
|1||New insertion policy||Create new insertion policy button. For more information, see Create Insertion Policy.|
|2||Account limit||A message showing the maximum number of insertion policies for
your Pulse account.
By default, you can create a maximum of 50 insertion policies. Contact your Account Manager if you need to change this value.
|3||Insertion policy rank||Number showing the insertion policy rank, and arrow to update the
insertion policy rank. By default, insertion policies are ranked in
order of creation, with the most recent ones at the bottom (ranked
When you hover over an insertion policy with rank 2 or lower, an arrow appears instead of a number. Click the arrow to move the insertion policy higher up.
Note: Currently, you can only move insertion policies up, not down.
Use this functionality to mark the order in which Pulse should pick insertion policies when more than one insertion policy matches the tag targeting, category targeting, or both tag and category targeting coming in the ad request. In this case, the insertion policy with the highest rank gets selected.
Pulse looks at all insertion policies from top to bottom and picks the first one whose specified targeting matches the parameters sent in the ad request.
For more information, see Insertion Policy selection.
|4||Insertion policy name||Name of the insertion policy. Click here to open an insertion policy, view, and edit any of its settings. Click Save next to each modified field to save your changes.|
|5||Spot ad settings overview||
An overview of pre-roll, mid-roll, post-roll, and seek-roll settings, if there are any. For mid-rolls:
To view the detailed insertion policy settings, open the insertion policy by clicking its name.
|6||Insertion policy actions||Click here to delete an insertion policy. This cannot be undone.|