Would someone please explain to me how the answer to this Q is "Progressive Profiling"
A Marketer wants to embed a Marketo form on a company website. Which functionality is used for Marketo Embedded forms?
b. form pre-fill
c. Progressive Profiling
d. Suppress competitor form fields
Answer - C
Topic: Implementation and Operations
URL provided = Lightbox
Use a Form in a Lightbox - Marketo Docs - Product Docs
I don't see the connection of the answer - C - with any information on this URL/product doc. Nor do I see any connection between Progressive Profiling on the product doc specific for that topic.Configure Form Progressive Profiling - Marketo Docs - Product Docs
This is a horribly phrased question (which I think someone has posted about before).
The real question they they mean to ask is, "Which native Marketo functionality will be available for this embedded form?"
Therefore the only feasible answer is c., since ProgPro is a native feature and does work on embedded forms.
However, the question sounds like it was generated by a circa-1982 Apple II "computer therapist" app, so it's not surprising that you were confused! And no, the linked URL doesn't shed any light. The main goal of the Q is to make you think about what forms do and don't do and in what context.
Yes, this is a poorly worded question. On the Beta, this question was there and I flagged it. I suppose it still got through. This question was also flagged a month ago on a different thread.
Ayana Nickerson - perhaps we should go through my comments from the Beta?
Sanford, appreciate your reference yet, the questions were designed by a group of humans.
Isn't there a famous quote like "Any sufficiently advanced groupthink is indistinguishable from Apple BASIC"?
I just passed the new cert.
This question is a mistake. I recognize the answer and the reasoning, and the question above is not the right question.
So don't let it throw you off.
The idea here is to put in superfluous / extra information to confuse the person. If you remember from college, a lot of professors would do this in order to throw you off.
I wouldn't impute this to academic-level mind games; "is used for" is just bad writing, and the link is broken.