Triggering Widget Pixels - Android

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Make sure you have completed the steps mentioned in the main Android Application Pixel Integration guide before going through this page.

The Widget pixels are needed when you have a Recommendations widget on the screen. The code for the individual Widget pixels should be added where the Widget is being loaded.

Widget View Pixel

PixelTracker.widgetView(
  widgetDataWrId = "abcd123",
  widgetViewDataWq = "black dress",
  widgetViewDataWid = "abc123",
  widgetViewDataWty = "mlt"
)

Here is a list of the different parameters you can use to configure the pixel:

ParameterDescription
widgetDataWrIdThe unique ID of the response. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.rid
widgetViewDataWqThe query string used by the customer, which returns a widget suggestion. This is optional for non-query widgets
widgetViewDataWidThe widget ID. This is a unique, 6 character alphanumeric value. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.id
widgetViewDataWtyThe type of recommendation widget. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.type

Widget Click Pixel

PixelTracker.widgetClick(
  widgetDataWrId = "abcd123",
  widgetViewDataWq = "black dress",
  widgetViewDataWid = "abc123",
  widgetViewDataWty = "mlt",
  widgetDataItemId = "pd123"
)

Here is a list of the different parameters you can use to configure the pixel:

ParameterDescription
widgetDataWrIdThe unique ID of the response. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.rid
widgetViewDataWqThe query string used by the customer which returns a widget suggestion. This is optional for non-query widgets
widgetViewDataWidThe widget ID. This is a unique, 6 character alphanumeric value. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.id
widgetViewDataWtyThe type of recommendation widget. This value has to be populated from the API response. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.type
widgetDataItemIdThe unique ID (PID) of the clicked product

Widget Add To Cart Pixel

PixelTracker.widgetAddToCart(
  widgetDataWrId = "abcd123",
  widgetViewDataWq = "black dress",
  widgetViewDataWid = "abc123",
  widgetViewDataWty = "mlt",
  widgetDataItemId = "id123",
  widgetAtcDataSku = "id123"
)

Here is a list of the different parameters you can use to configure the pixel:

ParameterDescription
widgetDataWrIdThe unique ID of the response. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.rid
widgetViewDataWqThe query string used by the customer, which returns a widget suggestion. This is optional for non-query widgets
widgetViewDataWidThe widget ID. This is a unique, 6 character alphanumeric value. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.id
widgetViewDataWtyThe type of recommendation widget. This value has to be populated from the API response. This value has to be populated from the Recommendations and Pathways API response’s metadata.widget.type
widgetDataItemIdThe unique ID (PID) of the clicked product
widgetAtcDataSkuUnique SKU ID that represents the selected variant of this product (e.g. size M, color blue of a t-shirt). If your app does not have SKUs, leave this blank