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Take your company’s email analysis to the next level by adding Autopilot as a Source to Segment. We’ll automatically collect email events like Email Delivered and Email Opened, forward them to your destinations, and load them into your data warehouse.
Sign in to your Autopilot account and visit the Segment destination to connect. Check the gif below:
Below is a table of events that Autopilot sends to Segment. These are the events that will appear in your warehouse or your destinations, depending on what connections you enable in Segment:
|Email Bounced||Receiving server could not or would not accept message|
|Email Delivered||Message has been successfully delivered to the receiving server|
|Email Clicked||Recipient clicked on a link within the message|
|Email Marked as Spam||Recipient marked message as spam|
|Email Opened||Recipient has opened the HTML message|
|Email Unsubscribed||Recipient clicked on message’s subscription management link|
|Email Replied||Recipient replied to the message|
Autopilot Event Properties
Below is a table of properties that are sent for the event above:
|The email event type|
|The ID of the journey|
|The name of the journey|
|The ID of the email|
|The subject line of the email|
|Defines the email as transactional or a one time send|
|The ID of the link clicked in an email|
|The URL of the link clicked in an email|
Autopilot will send the UserID if the contact has passed through the system before via Segment; otherwise Autopilot will send the email of the contact through as AnonymousID.
Additionally, Autopilot also sends
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