This article refers to a feature that is only available on some paid plans.
Privy’s “Detected Attributes” feature enriches contact information with data that Privy is able to discover automatically. This data may include the page they were on when they signed up for a campaign, browser information, visit history, and approximate location.
This information is available in the contacts page. It is also automatically included when exporting contacts:
- Export to CSV: the CSV export will automatically include these columns if your current plan includes detected attributes.
- Export to linked account: manual exports to linked accounts do not yet include the ability to sync detected attributes.
- Campaign autosync: configure hidden fields to sync detected attributes to linked accounts. See field types in Privy for more information on hidden fields.From the dashboard, open the campaign and navigate to the form tab.Click on the form fields section to edit it.In the top right of the dialog, click “Add field…” then “hidden field.”Enter the name that will sync to the linked account in the “label” input.In the “value” input, type the value you want to be sent, or choose one of the detected attributes from the dropdown to the right.
- Save the changes.
- Coupon Code. This would let you sync the unique coupon code the visitor received after signing up.
- Signup Date. The timestamp of when that contact registered.
- City, State and Country. This is determined by the user’s internet connection.
- Browser make, version, and platform. As detected when the user interacts with your site or campaigns.
- Sessions count. The number of browser sessions this user has had on your site. A session ends after 30 minutes of inactivity.
- Pageviews all time. The number of pages on your site this user has viewed, across all known sessions.
- Pageviews this session. The number of pages on your site this user has viewed this session.
- Current URL. The most recent URL the user was seen interacting with a campaign (not necessarily the most recent URL they visited).
- Referring URL. Also known as referrer or referer. The previous page that sent this pageview.
- Traffic type. One of social, search, referral, or direct. For this session, how the user came to your site.
- Initial traffic type. One of social, search, referral, or direct. For the user’s first session, how the user came to your site.
- Initial Referring URL. Also known as referrer or referer. For the user’s first pageview, the previous page that sent this pageview.