How do I connect Klipfolio and Flurry?

You can set up a connection between Klipfolio and Flurry to show your your mobile analytics data on a dashboard. Use the steps in this article to learn how to set up that connection.

What is Klipfolio?

Klipfolio integrates with many cloud services and tools to create meaningful data visualizations.

How do I get started with Flurry?

You can use the Connector Gallery to get your Flurry data into Klipfolio. Use this article as a guide to build your own Flurry data source.

Authenticate with Flurry

To get your Flurry data into Klipfolio, the first thing you will need to do is find your API Access Token in your Flurry account. Follow the step-by-step guide on where to find your Flurry API access token.

Once you have found your Flurry access token, you can use it to authenticate in Klipfolio. In Klipfolio's Flurry connector, in the Query Parameters section under Value, replace <yourAPIAccessToken> with your Flurry access token.

Advanced: Build a data source yourself

Klipfolio connects to hundreds of services in the cloud that have a REST API. If you take the time to learn how to get data into Klipfolio using APIs, your possibilities are endless. Here's a quick and simple overview video on APIs and Klipfolio:

  Klipfolio API's 101

If you need help using APIs, enlist a data analyst or developer to help you.

If you want to edit a data source that you already created, check out How to edit or reconfigure a data source, and get step-by-step instructions.

Flurry quick reference table

API Documentation Flurry API documentation

Authentication Method

Flurry API access token
Response Format JSON

Advanced query examples

You can build your own query in Klipfolio by writing one from scratch, or by editing one of the pre-built queries. Keep the Flurry API documentation open in another tab to see what data is available to you.

Active devices by month{date.startOfYear.format('yyyy-MM')}/{date.addMonths(1).startOfMonth.format('yyyy-MM')}

Time Spent{date.startOfYear.format('yyyy-MM')}/{date.addMonths(1).startOfMonth.format('yyyy-MM')}

Once you have completed your query, in the Query Parameters section under Value, replace <yourAPIAccessToken> with your Flurry access token, as described above.

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