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Feature Request Add a parameter on AdClosed event on rewarded ads about full visualization of the ad

Discussion in 'Unity Mediation' started by Delcasda, Nov 15, 2021.

  1. Delcasda

    Delcasda

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    Hi, there are some scenarios where it would be very useful to know on the OnClosed event of rewarded ads if the closing was done before or after the full visualization of the ad. Maybe it could return a boolean or even a percentage of the ad watched.
     
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  2. jcGrenier

    jcGrenier

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    Thanks for your feedback @Delcasda , giving precise amount such as a percentage would likely not be possible, but I believe a boolean letting you know if the ad was closed early may be. I'll bring this up with the team and see what we can do.
     
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  3. jcGrenier

    jcGrenier

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    We discussed the feature and here is the info:
    The mediation solution is dependent on multiple ad networks.
    Each ad network has their own functionalities and implementations, and these are not owned by Unity.
    This means we can't for example say for sure that the "close" callback will always happen after the "rewarded" callback.
    Some ad network do let us know if an ad was fully watched, independently from the rewarded callback, some don't.
    That change would also require an API change, which means our users would have to adapt their code to the new API.

    For these reasons, we decided not to implement that feature at the moment, but we will keep note of it, so we can get back to it in the future. For the moment we can recommend a solution you can implement on your side (@MonishGupta will be posting on your other thread shortly).

    If more people feel the need for this feature or have similar requests please let us know. The more requests we receive for a feature, the more likely it will be to make it up the top of the list :)

    Cheers!