What you can do with Mixpanel
Analyze customer event data across a variety of platforms, including mobile and the web
Implement efficient correlation analysis to identify critical trends in your business metrics, as well as audience behavior
Formulate and test hypotheses related to changes in your product’s features, and measure their impact on the audience
Implement the features that work for you, improve customer engagement and boost your retention rate
To implement Mixpanel, you need to primarily build and work with two major Mixpanel APIs – Mixpanel and Mixpanel People. You also need to map out your events that need to be collected along with their associated traits. In addition, you need to install the relevant SDKs and libraries to collect this data. While the Mixpanel reporting aspect is quite straightforward, this initial setup involves a lot of hassle and time investment.
By adding Mixpanel support in RudderStack, you can overcome these challenges and get the data flowing in no time at all.
How to set up the Mixpanel Integration
It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Mixpanel as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.
Simplify Customer Analytics Using RudderStack and Mixpanel
Mixpanel makes extensive use of customer event data for product and behavioral analytics. RudderStack tracks and collects this data from your specified sources and sends it to Mixpanel in real-time. The integration is quite straightforward, and once enabled, RudderStack starts tracking all the information related to your users and their on-site activities. This information is then sent to Mixpanel in real-time in a format that it expects.
By Integrating Mixpanel Support for RudderStack, you can:
- Track and collect all your customer data from a variety of sources including web and mobile applications
- Send the events to Mixpanel without worrying about transforming and readying it for analytics
- Collect relevant events and details related to user engagement and other real time insights
- Create and send events with custom properties without worrying about their compatibility with Mixpanel