This article describes some of the third-party services you can use with Bevy, along with the format of the information required to configure them.
To configure third-party services:
- In the Admin dashboard, go to Settings --> General --> 3rd Party Settings.
- Add information and click Save Settings at the bottom of the page.
These settings apply to an entire instance, and track globally across all events.
Track digital marketing interactions.
Read more here.
|Facebook Pixel ID||
Measure the effectiveness of your advertising by understanding the actions users take on your website.
|Read more here.|
|Google Analytics ID||Track traffic sources, referral links, and more.||UA-xxxxxxxx-x|
|Google Tag Manager ID||Manage third party scripts in Bevy.||GTM-xxxxxxxx|
|Google Webmaster Tools verification code||
Authentication when Google requires verification on your site.
|meta name='google-site-verification' content='ABCDEF|
|Intercom ID||Connect your Intercom account to Bevy.||Find your workspace ID here.|
|Mailchimp global API key||
Connect your Mailchimp account to Bevy to sync global subscriptions.
|Mailchimp global list ID||
Subscribe all new users to the Mailchimp list indicated here. Bevy syncs the user's first name, last name, and email address to Mailchimp.
It is not possible to send additional data points.
|One Trust cookie manager ID
Manage site cookies with your One Trust account.
|Segment Analytics Write Key||Set up Segment tracking in Bevy using your Write key. The write key is a unique identifier for each Source. It lets Segment know which Source is sending the data, and which destinations should receive that data.||Find your key here.|
|SumoMe ID||Integrate your SumoMe account with Bevy.|
Regarding Facebook Pixel: Bevy lets event organizers set an event-specific Facebook Pixel ID, which is displayed in the Event Tracking section of the Chapter dashboard. Admins can disable or enable the event-specific feature from this 3rd Party Services page. This does not affect the instance-level Facebook Pixel ID setting described above. For more information, go to Facebook pixel tracking.