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Set up Tatari

Tatari is a network and Adjust module partner. Our integration lets Tatari receive attribution and in-app event data through automated callbacks.

Use our basic setup instructions to turn on Adjust’s integration and send callbacks to Tatari. Then, use our advanced setup instructions to customize what information Tatari receives.

Basic setup

To turn on Adjust’s integration with Tatari, follow these steps.

  1. Find your app and select your app options caret (^)
  2. Select Partner Setup > ADD PARTNERS
  3. Select the add (+) icon next to Tatari
  4. Enter your Tatari Guid (for help finding this, contact your Tatari representative)
  5. Optional: see advanced setup to customize your callbacks
  6. Select Save

Well done! Basic setup is complete. Tatari will receive callbacks for these activities:

  • install
  • event

Advanced setup

Choose which data Tatari receives from Adjust by customizing your setup.

Forward in-app events

Event linking lets Tatari receive in-app event data. You can link every in-app event in Adjust to a preset Tatari name or a custom event name.

To forward in-app events to Tatari, follow these steps.

  1. Find your app and select your app options caret (^)
  2. Select Partner Setup > Tatari > Event Linking
  3. Find the event you want to link and update the field with a Tatari event or your own custom name
  4. When you finish linking events, select OK
  5. Select Save

Now Tatari will receive in-app event data for each of your linked events.

List of all parameters forwarded to Tatari

Tatari requires Adjust to send the following parameters (data points) with your callbacks:

PlaceholderInformation
{adid}Adjust device ID (all platforms)
{city}Device city
{country_subdivision}Device subdivision of country, e.g., state
{country}Device two-character country code
{event_name}Event name, as set in the Dashboard
{ip_address}Device IP address
{activity_kind}Type of user activity
{app_id}Store App ID or Google Play Store
{created_at}Activity timestamp
{installed_at}Install (i.e., first app open) timestamp