Native integrations allow you to more holistically analyze performance and target users through other channels in a synchronized fashion. 

The data Chameleon sends to these integrations includes: 

  • Event type (e.g. Tour started, Step seen, etc.)

  • Event properties (e.g. Tour name, Step number, etc.)

  • Default user properties (e.g. browser, language, etc.)

  • User ID (the same ID by which you identify unique users to Chameleon)

In addition, you can send any other custom user properties as part of these events, to your connected integrations. This is helpful if you want to use these custom properties to further analyze Chameleon data.


How can I do this?

For example, if you are sending custom user properties to Chameleon such as role, accountId, company.ltv -- these can be added to the data sent by Chameleon to the integrations.

This will allow you, for example, to conduct analysis such as: "What proportion of users of a particular role completed a specific Tour".

To do this you have to:

  • Send custom user properties to Chameleon

    You can send custom properties to Chameleon using our API or any of your connected integrations.

  • Enable these properties to be sent to your connected Integrations

    From the Integrations page scroll down to the bottom to the "Properties added to events" section. Here you can type in the names of the properties you want to send to your connected Integrations and hit 'Apply' to send them in.

    You can read more about the specifics of each integration from our user guides.

Or check out our data Schema for the full details on all the data Chameleon collects.


Are my custom properties being sent now?

Yes, once you click 'Apply' the properties you specified will be sent to the integrations you have enabled from the Dashboard. You can use this option to filter out unnecessary user data and extract the most important insights from Chameleon.

Next, you can leverage your users' behavior and recent learnings to tailor a better experience for them.


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