Example Property - Number of Sessions
The Increment On Change Function can be used to perform a mathematical addition each time an unique event property field is received.
The 'Number of Sessions' example below uses an increment of system.currentSession which means that each time currentSession field in event is unique property will increment by 1.
This function collates a unqiue count for each customer within the data planning system to allow users of the platform to target customers based on the number of unique sessions they have had.
|Name||Number of Sessions||The unique name for this property|
|Multi Valued||Not ticked||This example is single valued one|
|Time Sensitive||Not ticked||This property is not time sensitive|
|Property Type||Fact Property||The value of the property is taken from the event and not transformed|
|Events||Not selected||The value of the property is not set|
|Event Type||Not ticked||This property is not restricted to certain event types|
|Event Property||system.currentSession||The value of the property is incremented by 1 (using the increment function)|
|Comparator||Not ticked||This property does not compare the value of the event before setting|
|Function||Increment On Change||This function increments the current value of the property by 1 if value Event Property has changed|
|Session Property||Not ticked||This is not a session property|