Adapty sends all subscription events to analytical services, such as Amplitude, Mixpanel, and AppMetrica. We can also send events to your server using webhook integration. The best thing about this is that you don't have to send any of the events, we'll do it for you. Just make sure to configure the integration in Adapty Dashboard.
Set the profile's identifier for the selected analytics using
.updateProfile() method. For example, for Amplitude integration, you can set either
amplitudeDeviceId. For Mixpanel integration, you have to set
mixpanelUserId. When these identifiers are not set, Adapty will use
customerUserId instead. If the
customerUserId is not set, we will use our internal profile id.
Don't forget to turn off sending subscription events from devices and your server to avoid duplication
You may want to stop sending analytics events for a specific customer. This is useful if you have an option in your app to opt-out of analytics services.
To disable external analytics for a customer, use
updateProfile() method. Create
AdaptyProfileParameters.Builder object and set corresponding value to it.
When external analytics is blocked, Adapty won't be sending any events to any integrations for the specific user. If you want to disable an integration for all users of your app, just turn it off in Adapty Dashboard.
let builder = AdaptyProfileParameters.Builder() .with(analyticsDisabled: true) Adapty.updateProfile(parameters: builder.build())
val builder = AdaptyProfileParameters.Builder() .withExternalAnalyticsDisabled(true) Adapty.updateProfile(builder.build())
AdaptyProfileParameters.Builder builder = new AdaptyProfileParameters.Builder() .withExternalAnalyticsDisabled(true); Adapty.updateProfile(builder.build());
You can disable IDFA collecting by using property
idfaCollectionDisabled. Make sure you call it before
Adapty.idfaCollectionDisabled = true Adapty.activate("YOUR_ADAPTY_APP_TOKEN")
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