Assign a name to your destination and click Continue.
To successfully configure Qualaroo as a destination, you will need to configure the following settings:
Customer ID: Enter your Qualaroo customer ID.
Site Token: Enter your Qualaroo site token.
For more information on obtaining your Qualaroo customer ID and site token, refer to the FAQ section below.
Record Qualaroo Events: Enable this setting to allow RudderStack to automatically record your Qualaroo callback events as track events. You can then view and analyze these events using other tools (connected to the same source in RudderStack). For more information, refer to the Recording Qualaroo callback events section below.
List of Events: Select the list of events from dropdown which RudderStack automatically records as track events.
Update Event Name in track call: Enable this setting to update the event name in the track call.
Mapping to update the Event Name in track call: Use this setting to map your events with the standard Qualaroo callback events.
Client-side Events Filtering: This setting lets you specify which events should be blocked or allowed to flow through to Qualaroo. For more information on this setting, refer to the Client-side Events Filtering guide.
Use device mode to send events: As this is a web device mode-only destination, this setting is enabled by default and cannot be disabled.
OneTrust Cookie Categories: This setting lets you associate the OneTrust cookie consent groups to Qualaroo.
You can use the identify call to send user-related information to Qualaroo.
You can use the track call to track user activities and send this information to Qualaroo.
A sample track call is shown below:
RudderStack maps the event name to Qualaroo’s Triggered event property. It then calls the _kiq.push(['set', ...]) method and passes the trait as Triggered event: event.
Qualaroo does not accept any track event properties.
Recording Qualaroo callback events
You can use the Record Qualaroo Events dashboard setting to allow RudderStack to automatically record your specified Qualaroo callback events as track events. You can then view and analyze these events using other tools (connected to the same source in RudderStack).
Use the List of Events dashboard setting to specify the callback events to be automatically recorded:
You can also map your track events to the standard Qualaroo callback events using the Mapping to update the Event Name in track call dashboard setting:
You can use the page call to send any page-related information to Qualaroo.
A sample page call is shown below:
RudderStack concatenates the page’s name and category and maps it to Qualaroo’s Viewed Page property. It then calls the _kiq.push(['set', ...]) method and passes the trait as Viewed Page: name+category.
Qualaroo does not accept any page event properties.
Where can I find the Qualaroo customer ID and site token?
To get your Qualaroo customer ID and site token, follow these steps:
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