Adjust Walkthrough
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Pull data from Adjust in Rivery

Rivery allows users to pull 3 different kinds of reports: Cohorts, Overview and Events.

  1. Make sure to select the correct Adjust connection. Change it or create a new one if necessary.

  2. Select the required report in the list of reports.

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  3. Insert the proper App Tokens for the report.

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    a. Copy the app token from your Adjust platform. Make sure to copy the token and not the app id or app name.

    b. Insert as many app tokens as required. Rivery will generate a report for each token separately and will load all of the data together to your target table.

  4. Select the time period of the report
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    a. Insert any start date.

    b. Insert any end date.

    c. Days back - use this input to tell Rivery to pull data from the given days back before the given start date.

  5. Interval chunks size - Use this input when you want to pull over long periods of time.

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    a. Insert the interval size in order to split to bigger intervals. Leave it empty in order to have 1 size interval (1 day, 1 week ..)

      Adjust might have difficulties returning very large amounts of data, so splitting the requests to smaller ones might be helpful. Doing so will take the given start date and end date and will calculate smaller periods of time to pull the data.  
    **Important:**	  The results will be exactly equal when pulling data without interval chunks and with any selected interval chunks. This is only for improving the performance of the connection against the Adjust API.   
    **Important:**	  If using the interval chunks, it is important to pull the date column in order to identify the time of each record in the results.
  6. Select the columns of the report:
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    A. KPIs - Click on the input to have a list of all available metrics in the report.
    Important: The revenue columns coming from the API may have up to 1% difference than the revenue shown in Adjust's UI, that is a known issue due to different update time between the two platforms.

    B. Grouping/Dimensions - Click on the input to have a list of all available metrics in the report. (Make sure to select the date column in order to have the time dimension in the results, especially when using interval chunks)

  7. Attribution type - Select the attribution type of the report. It can be according to Clicks, Impressions, or both.

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  8. Conversion type - Select the conversion type of the report. It can be according to Installs, Reattributions, or both.


  9. Select the period resolution of the report. This input sets the time calculation of the metrics in the report.

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  10. Filter the report according to the following inputs:

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A. Click on the inputs of OS Names and Device Types to have a list of all available filterable values.

B. Events Tokens - insert the token of the needed application.

  1. Events KPI's - Can be found in reports Overview.

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1. Click on the input to have a list of all available KPI's.

12. In reports Overview and Events - Check the Base Impressions checkbox to change the view of the report.
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13. In Overview report- select the attribution source for eithr dynamic (default) or first.
The attribution source determines whether in-app activity is assigned to the user’s install source (first) or divided among the install source and subsequent sources of reattribution (dynamic).

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