You no longer need an API to export raw data from MyTracker. Thanks to our new functionality, you can do this directly from the tracker interface.
Raw data is information that has not been processed or aggregated by the tracker. It can be used as a basis for specialized analytical tools, CRM platforms, independent processing, and additional analysis of how users interact with the product.
You are spared the need to chase your programmer for any additional scripts for one-off exports. From now on, you can make a selection of data you need from the interface, export it directly (bypassing API requests), and start your analysis.
Sign into MyTracker here.
In the Tools section, select Exports. Click Add and fill out the fields you need:
Environment (account, project, and applications)
Audience type (devices or users)
Event on which the data will be exported
In the Fields block, choose the selectors that will be exported. The list of fields depends on the event: for example, if we want a report based on hits, the selector field will offer variables such as countries where the hits came from, relevant tracking links, etc.
Set up filters if desired. These might be helpful if you want to:
Export events, devices or users with a specific location
Export events based on a specific tracking link or campaign
Export events for a segment that has been created earlier
Click Start export.
For more details on each step, see our documentation.
You can monitor the status of your exports, copy your settings, and download exports as CSV files.
This is what an exports list with statuses looks like:
To create a similar request, use the duplicate function. Choose the export you want to duplicate and click Duplicate export. After that, all fields in the form will be filled out automatically. Once the duplication is completed, you will need to select new dates for your export
To learn more about managing exports, see our documentation.
It is already available to all MyTracker users that have a website or app with an integrated counter/SDK.
If you're already logged in, you can go directly to the data export section.