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Custom Visitor Schema Properties

With custom schema properties, you can use formulas to create your own filtered properties that you can use in reports. This can be useful if you wanted to combine visitor properties such as First and Last Name and create a new property that contains the full name.

How to Create a Custom Property

  1. To create a custom property, you will first navigate to the Visitor Schema section under the configure tab and select to add a new Visitor Property.
  1. Enter the formula for your new property. For a list of available formulas, please see our Formula page for more info.

Combining first name and last name into a new property example

Say I want to create a new property Name that combines two other properties First Name and Last Name.

Note

The Visitor Property 'Name' is baked into the Woopra UI. Woopra's People Profiles displays the 'Name' property on the top of the profiles so it's best to send the full name to this property.

To create the property you can follow these steps:

  1. First, I'll click to add a new Visitor Property.

  2. Next, I'll select the formula box and start selecting and entering the formula. For this example, I can use CAT and use the First Name field, then a space, then the Last Name field.

  1. Lastly, hit the save button in the upper right and you can now use this new property in your reports.
Now we can see the New Name dimension that's joining the first and last name fields.

Now we can see the New Name dimension that's joining the first and last name fields.

Custom Visitor Schema Properties


With custom schema properties, you can use formulas to create your own filtered properties that you can use in reports. This can be useful if you wanted to combine visitor properties such as First and Last Name and create a new property that contains the full name.

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