Applications
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Written by Natalya Yefimenko
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Applications list

Once you added your app, it appears in the applications list in Attribution > Applications.

In the Applications list, you can see the following columns:

  • App ID: ID of your app in the Affise system.

  • Application: your app name and logo.

  • OS: OS of your app.

  • Market: market of your app or the status if the app is not in the market. For example, Play market, Appstore, Not published, APK.

  • Store link: link to the published app.

  • Created: the date of the app creation.

  • Updated: the date of the app update.

  • Organic: number of organic installs of your app.

  • Non-organic: number of non-organic installs of your app.

  • Total: total number of installs of your app.

You can manage your table with the following options:

  • The zoom icon to manage table scaling.

  • The Edit columns button to manage the columns you want to see.

  • The Add new app button to add an application.

Application overview

When you click the app in the list, you can see the app information and work with the tabs.

General

Here you can see the detailed app info, such as OS, store, version, App ID, etc.

where:

  • In the Timezone field, you can select the needed timezone.

  • In the Currency field, you can specify currency.

  • In the SDK secret key field, you have the key that your advertiser installs on their side.

  • In the Attribution API-key field, you have the API-key. Use this key in case your work without SDK integration

  • You can select the Set as default application checkbox to make your app default. You get statistics for this app by default.

  • You can select the Enable probabilistic checkbox to work with probabilistic attribution.

Settings

Here you can see the settings of your app.

where:

  • Cross-postback: an additional link that helps you send conversions to any third-party place.

  • Send cross postback for organic installs too: you can click this checkbox to send for organic installs.

  • Default postback: a link that sends data only about non-organic installs to your Affise Performance account.

  • Secure code: you can pass this code within your postbacks to prevent conversions against fraud. You can also regenerate it.

  • Conversions settings & postbacks:

    • Conversion type: select the conversion type from the list, specify cost and currency.

    • Postback URL: enter the postback link.

    • Also send postback for organic conversions: you can click this checkbox to send postback for organic conversions too.

  • Details:

    • Fingerprint available for: indicate fingerprint availability in hours or days. By default, it's 24 hours.

    • DeviceID and Google Referrer available for: indicate DeviceID and Google Referrer availability in hours or days. By default, it's 24 hours.

    • Re-attribution is: click the Re-attribution toggle to enable or disable re-attribution.

Partners

Here you can see all enabled partners. Also, you can add and delete partners from the list.
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In the table, you can check the information on each partner: ID, partner name, tracking URL, type source, etc.

Links list

Here you can see the list of your tracking links and the information about the partners related to these links.

Facebook attribution

Read about the integration with Facebook here.

Facebook partners

Read about the integration with Facebook here.

Google Ads

Read about the integration with Google Ads here.

Unity Ads

Read about the integration with Unity Ads here.

Uninstall tracking

Here you can set up the tracking of app uninstalls. To do this, insert the FCM server key taken from your advertiser. Also, you can delete the key.

Callback

Here you can set up the callback. To do this, insert the callback in a correspondent field.

Anti-fraud

See information about Anti-fraud.

What to do next


Please contact the Affise Customer Support team regarding all raised questions via the e-mail: [email protected].

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