Entity: Floodlight activities
|ID||Required only when editing an existing entity.||String||Numeric ID value of the Floodlight activity. If left blank, a new activity will be created and a unique ID will be assigned. Optionally, when creating a new activity, you can use a custom identifier to assign default tags and publisher tags to the new activity. The format for a custom identifier is "ext[custom identifier]", for example, ext123. When the file is uploaded and processed, all custom identifiers will be replaced with CM360-assigned IDs and the objects (for example, default tags) will be associated with an activity based on their custom identifiers.|
|Floodlight configuration ID||Yes||String||Numeric ID value of the parent Floodlight configuration|
|Name||Yes||String||The name of the entity.|
|Group name||Yes||String||The name of the activity group used to organize Floodlight activities in reports. If the given name does not exist, a new group will be automatically created.|
|Group tag string||Required and immutable after the entity has been created.||String||An identifier for the Floodlight activity group associated with this activity, which appears as a parameter in your tags. You can enter a custom value or leave this field blank to use the default value based on the group name. This value is case sensitive.|
|Activity tag string||Required and immutable after the entity has been created.||String||An identifier for the Floodlight activity, which appears as a parameter in your tags. You can enter a custom value or leave this field blank to use the default value based on the activity name. This value is case sensitive.|
|Floodlight activity status||Yes||Enum||The status of the activity.|
'Active' | 'Disabled and archived' | 'Disabled - Policy violation' | 'Enabled and archived'.
New activities cannot be created with a status of 'Enabled and archived'.
|Expected URL||Yes||String||The URL of the webpage where the tag is expected to be placed.|
|Conversion type||Yes||Enum||Specifies the type of conversions that will be counted for this activity.|
'Counter' | 'Sale'.
Counter: Records non-monetary conversion data such as unique users, conversions, and session length.
Sale: Records monetary conversion data, such as cost and the number of items sold.
|Counting method||Yes||Enum||Specifies how conversions will be counted for this Floodlight activity. The valid options depend on whether you are creating or editing a counter or a sales activity.|
'Standard counting' | 'Unique counting' | 'Session counting' | 'Transaction' counting | 'Items sold counting'.
|Tag format||Yes||Enum||The format you want to use for your tag.|
'Global' | 'Iframe' | 'Image'.
Iframe: Use iframe tags if you’re unable to adopt the global site tag. Iframe tags are only added to pages with events you’re tracking.
Image: Use image tags if you’re unable to adopt global site tags or iframe tags. Image tags are only added to pages with events you’re tracking.
For Google Tag Manager users, this setting determines what underlying tag format will be sent to your container when pushing activities to Google Tag Manager. If you choose iframe or global, Tag Manager will use an iframe tag. If you choose image, Tag Manager will use image tags.
|Attribution enabled||Yes||Boolean||Specifies whether attribution is enabled for this activity.|
Possible values: 'Yes' | 'No'
|Custom variables||No||List||The keys of the custom variables defined in the Floodlight configuration that you want to use for this activity.|
Custom Floodlight variables use the keys 'u1=', 'u2=', and so on, and can take any values that you choose to pass to them. You can use them to track various types of data that you collect about your users, such as the genre of movie that a user purchases, the country to which the item is shipped, and so on.
Tip: The length of your variables adds to the total length of the URL in the user’s browser, which may be limited in some browsers. If your custom variable is very long, it may make the URL too long.
|Last modified time||Required only when editing an existing entity.||Instant||The timestamp for when the entity was last modified. This is used by the system to verify that the entry has not changed between downloading and uploading.|