Located in Data & Assets, the Data manager is a place where one can find Customer properties & Events, and several advanced features of Exponea. You can find links to some of the respective features below, and here is also a difference between them and examples of uses.
Customer properties include all of the predefined, imported, tracked or manually created customer attributes that are currently within a project.
By clicking the Organize button, you will get into an edit mode.
Inside the Organize mode you can create or modify these attributes.
Customer attributes can be of these types: String, Longtext, Number, Boolean, Date, Datetime, List and URL
You can also set description and example values for each attribute, in order to provide clarity for different users or yourself.
Furthermore, you can manually add an attribute by clicking ‘Add property’ underneath the list of attributes in Organize mode.
Outside the Organize mode there is an option to Delete (located next to Organize button) customers and events, which should be handeled with care. Only administrative users of projects can delete the data.
You can find a detailed guide to Aggregates here.
You can find a detailed guide to Running Aggregates here
You can find a detailed guide to Event segmentations here
This section contains the basic information about the events that you are tracking within your project. If you click on any of the events, the dropdown will show you which attributes are currently tracked under each event.
You can also open Events in Organize mode, where you can modify the description of each event, modify descriptions of the event attributes, and forbid the permission to receive events from API. It is also possible to manually create an event by clicking the button Add event.
You can find a guide to Expressions here
Data takes a lot of storage and not all type of events are neccesary to keep forever. In order to keep the size of the project under control, it is possible to setup automatic expiration of events after a certain period of time.
To get into the Expiration section, click on the three-dot button on the top right corner of Management section and click on ‘Expiration’.
In here it is possible to specify which event type should be deleted after specified amount of time. The events will be deleted permanently.
Definition Export & Import
First you need to select which components do you want to export or clone to another project and then select one of the blue action buttons in the top right corner. If you wish to import definitions instead, they are imported in the form of JSON (same as that was exported previously)