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Python SDK integration with RudderStack

Get More out of RudderStack's Python SDK

The RudderStack Python SDK allows you to filter and load your preferred destinations and disables sending your events to other destinations. This way, you have full control over which third-party tools get access to your data.

The Python SDK also allows you to successfully manage user identities (in some destinations) using the Alias call. For example, Alias call in Mixpanel associates an anonymous user with an identified user once they sign up.

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What you can do with Python SDK

Track important events such as new subscriptions, Item purchased, and Item added to the cart for measuring your site's success

Automatically capture certain event-specific and user-specific information that highlights a customer's unique behavioral traits

Record screen views on the user's mobile app and optional extra information about the screen being viewed

How to set up Python SDK Integration?

It's quite simple! Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using the Python SDK in no time!

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What does the RudderStack Python SDK do?

The RudderStack Python SDK allows you to track, capture, and route your customer event data from your Python code to your preferred destinations enabled on RudderStack.

How do you import historical data using the Python SDK?

RudderStack allows you to import any historical data by simply adding the timestamp argument to any of your API calls. However, this can be done only for the destinations that accept historical, timestamped data, such as Amplitude, Mixpanel, etc.

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