Batch.com supports the
- Make a Batch.com account.
- Turn on Batch.com via Segment dashboard.
- Enter your Batch LIVE API Key. You can find it in your dashboard, under ‘settings’.
Events tracked via Segment’s
screen will automatically be tracked.
group calls will also be mapped to Batch user data.
Add the following dependency in your build.gradle:
Import the integration:
Then, add the factory to your Analytics instance:
Analytics analytics = new Analytics.Builder(this, "write_key") .use(BatchIntegration.getFactory(this)) .build();
Add the following Cocoapods dependency:
If you integrate in a Swift project or have
use_frameworks! in your Podfile, you need to use the following to work around due to a limitation with Cocoapods:
pod 'Batch' pod 'Segment-Batch/StaticLibWorkaround'
Then, add the integration factory in your Analytics instance:
#import <Segment-Batch/SEGBatchIntegrationFactory.h> SEGAnalyticsConfiguration *config = [SEGAnalyticsConfiguration configurationWithWriteKey:@"MySegmentWriteKey"]; [config use:[SEGBatchIntegrationFactory instance]]; [SEGAnalytics setupWithConfiguration:config];
When you call
screen in your mobile app, we send a screen view to an event named
SEGMENT_SCREEN. The screen name will be tracked as the event’s label.
identify a user, we’ll pass that user’s information to Batch as the custom user identifier. Batch supports tracking anonymous users, but not through Segment’s
Tracked events are attached to the installation ID, and the installation ID itself can be attached/detached to a user at a later date, with no data loss.
track an event, we will send that event to Batch after converting the name to fit Batch’s event naming rules.
For example, an event named
Ad Shown will become
AD_SHOWN. Note that this means that event names longer than 30 characters will be truncated.
title property will become the event’s label.
When you call
group, we will set the group ID in a user attribute named
All of our supported Segment integration features will work automatically, with no action or specific properties required on your side.
Batch’s other features are available directly by using the native SDK, which comes bundled with this integration.
Supported Sources and Connection Modes
The first step is to make sure Batch supports the source type and connection mode you’ve chosen to implement. You can learn more about what dictates the connection modes we support here.
To learn more about about Connection Modes and what dictates which we support, see here.
This destination requires a Device-based Connection Mode for Mobile data. Follow the steps above to ensure you have packaged the Batch SDK with Segment’s.
Segment lets you change these destination settings from your Segment dashboard without having to touch any code.
Allow collection of advanced device information.
Toggles whether Batch can use all of the device information it supports. All of this info is anonymous, but some might want to disable it under strict privacy rules. If disabled, some targeting options in your Batch.com dashboard will stop working correctly.
Allow advertising ID collection.
Toggles whether Batch is allowed to collect advertising IDs
GCM Sender ID
Android only. You can find out how to get your GCM sender ID here. Note that you shouldn’t change this value once you’ve set it: doing so will end up in push delivery issues.
You can find your API Key in your app’s settings, in the Batch.com dashboard
Questions? Problems? Need more info? Contact us, and we can help!