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If you click the Account Settings tab, and click onto the Developer Guide, you will be able to find the SDK script that includes your teamID.
Where id is the ID of the survey. The ID can be easily found by looking at the URL when building a survey or looking at survey results e.g. https://app.hubble.team/surveys/id/build.
This can be useful if you need to programmatically show surveys that involve more complex user interactions or conditions than our builder currently provides.
Hubble's SDK allows you to identify users and assign custom attributes. Once a user is identified with a custom userId, you will be able to use the Hubble SDK to target specific user segments based on their specific attributes.
After you send the identification call, your user data table will be updated to include the newly identified user with the specific attributes that you specified.
After sending the identification call, the user data table will be reflected real-time to include the newly identified user. You can use the filter on the top of the table to display users based on their attributes.
Please note that you can add additional user attributes by submitting a new identify call with the revised attributes. Please note that existing attributes will not be removed; any existing attributes that you don't include in the new identification call will remain.
If at any time, you want to stop identifying the user, you can use the following method:
Hubble's SDK also offers an events tracking system that allows you to track specific events and use them as triggers for custom surveys.
The events table will show all the events that you have added through the SDK. By default, you will be able to monitor the surveys that have been connected to each event.
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