We believe in transparency. We love letting you know what is coming. It makes us happy to see you excited for all the awesome things coming up. Now, you must know, this is NOT the full list, but some of things.
This is in no particular order. But it will give you a good idea of what you can look forward to. We work hard every day to make sure we deliver the best product we can and fun features as fast we can.
- Computed Traits
- Advanced Audience
- Mobile SDK
Create custom, calculated convenience fields on customers for use in merge tags and dynamic audiences.
Create aggregate fields such as “average bet value over the last 30 days” or check the first or last value seen with fields like “first page viewed” or “last product viewed”.
The following computed trait types shall be available: -
- event counter (e.g. number of logins over the last 7 days)
- aggregation (e.g. highest bet placed)
- most frequent (e.g. favourite product category page)
- first (e.g. first product viewed)
- last (e.g. last bet amount)
- unique list (e.g. top 5 pages viewed)
- unique list count (e.g. number of unique pages viewed)
Dynamic audiences enable you to create audiences based on any type of event or customer trait. The events can also be time limited, for example “customers who have viewed at least 2 pages yesterday OR viewed an email at least once yesterday”
Our Mobile SDKs are the best way to simplify your iOS and Android app tracking. We recommend them over server-side HTTP APIs as the default installation for any mobile app.
Analytics for mobile makes it simple to send your data to Intilery with simple mobile centric API.
SDKs are available for: -
- React Native
One of the most important parts of any analytics platform is the ability to consistently and accurately identify users. To do this, the platform must assign and persist some form of identification on the device, so you can identify, analyse and attribute user actions effectively.
The Mobile SDKs ensure that a consistent persisted userID is achieved on the device the SDK is run.
The SDKs support the following events
- Application Lifecycle Events
- Application Installed
- Application Opened
- Application Updated
- Application Backgrounded
- Application Crashed
- Application Uninstalled
- Campaign Events
- Push Notification Received
- Push Notification Tapped
- Push Notification Bounced
- Install Attributed
- Deep Link Clicked
- Deep Link Opened