Search specific term/phrase surrounded by double quotes. e.g. “deep linking”
Exclude records that contain a specific term prefixed with a minus. e.g. Android -Firebase

Supported objects

Liveview enables you to debug the following objects:

  1. Events
  2. Webhook records

Events and Webhook records allow advanced filtering on a number of dimensions, including per-event and per-device dimensions not surfaced elsewhere on the Dashboard.

Getting started

1. Choose an object

Choose among the supported objects using the tabs at the top of the screen.

2. Choose event type

If you are viewing Events, then be sure to choose the appropriate event type from the dropdown, e.g. commerce event.

3. Add advanced filters (optional)

Add advanced filters. Some of the most useful include name (e.g. PURCHASE), feature, channel, campaign, and device identifiers like IDFA.


What does it mean if the OS is "Robots" in Liveview reports?

This means that one of these conditions are true:

  1. The link clicks are not from a true iOS, Android, or other platform user agent
  2. The link clicks are from a bot like a Google scraper

4. Viewing Webhook Records

To see the webhook request and response for debugging, you can use the webhook records tab. This allows you to see what information is getting sent and whether it was successful (200 status code) or not (400 or 500 status code)


If you are trying to view Webhook Records going to a Data Integration

You will need to filter by webhook_partner_key and specify the value in the format di_partner_name. For example, Adobe Analytics Processing Rules is di_adobe_analytics_pr, Mixpanel is di_mixpanel, etc... If you don't add this filter the webhook records for those DIs will not show.

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