User Identification and Personalization

User Identification and Personalization

You can identify your current user to Judo to enable personalization (of text copy and dynamic URLs on Actions, Images, WebViews, etc.) and also associate and attribute them in Judo’s analytics.

Identifying a User and setting Traits

On the Judo singleton, there is an identify() method you can call with an optional userId and a traits.

userId is a unique identifier for your user, constant across time. Don’t use a user’s email address here; that could potentially change if the user updates their email address in your app, for example.

traits is a Map<String, Any>, and is expected to be JSON-compatible data.

The traits dictionary is exposed as the user. data in the Experiences themselves.

    // NB: don't use an email address here!
    userId = "1234567",
    traits = hashMapOf(
        "premiumTier" to true,
        "email" to "",
        "name" to "John Doe",
        "tags" to listOf("foo", "bar", "baz"),
        "pointsBalance" to "50000"

This information is persisted across app restarts, but naturally we recommend calling it every time your user data changes (such as logging in, logging out, etc). Duplicate Identify events, provided they are not called to excess, are fine. Calling it every app start is a good idea, which will particularly help with the case where the user was previously logged in before you ship an update which includes the Judo integration.

Usage within an Experience

The designer can then consume these values in several different ways using Judo’s interpolation syntax, prefixed with user.. In a text field, they can use something like the following in a Text layer:

Good morning, .

And a URL in an Image layer might be something like:

NB. The userID you provided to Identify is mixed into the userInfo data as userID and is also available. If you set a value named userID in traits directly (not recommended), it will be shadowed.

Resetting User Data/Logging Out

Call Judo.reset() to clear the User ID, traits, and cycle the Anonymous ID.

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