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Please read the API Reference carefully. All necessary endpoints are listed there. You can switch example responses.
The general idea of the User-Based API (called by the client) is to provide full access to all surveys and qualifications. The publisher himself can use it to natively integrate the questions of qualification into his product and get back matching surveys.
The Get Actions endpoint returns all matching surveys for a user and the next qualification. By having these two kinds of actions, the publisher can decide if a user takes part in a survey or answers a profile question to meet more qualifications and thereby get more matching surveys.
The first time the Get Actions endpoint is called, it will return only qualifications to collect a core profile before returning matching surveys.
Single users could have restrictions for using a VPN tool or other quality issues. Please check possible restrictions in the API doc.
Use the link of the Get Action endpoint if you like to send a user into a survey. Just open this link in an iFrame or Webview and pass the necessary parameters. The endpoint will redirect to the survey itself.
By answering more questions, the user will receive additional surveys.
Each Get Action response contains the next qualification that has to be asked (if available).
Post the Answer back to Bitlabs by calling Answer Question.
After you answer the latest qualification, it is mentioned to refresh the Get Actions endpoint. By doing this, you will receive an updated list of matching surveys and also a possible next qualification for additional surveys.
With the endpoints of GetActions → Answer Question → GetActions, you can create a qualification loop to ask multiple questions in a row. Customize this process the way you like.
For this loop, we recommend the following flow: Ask for new qualifications until at least 3 new surveys are available. If more than 10 qualifications have been asked, you can also stop at 1 new survey.
Please keep in mind, that the user will receive fewer surveys by skipping a Qualification. Also, skipped surveys will never be available again.
You can optionally pass back a reason if a user leaves a survey. This helps us to improve the ranking of a survey. Simply call Leave Survey with the right reason code.
If you like to build a user history in your product, you can receive the latest action for a survey by calling the User History endpoint. It will always return the latest tracked action (opening, leave, screen out, or complete) for a survey. In addition to that, it returns all the stored details about a survey.
It is very important for us to be fully transparent about the data we collect.
That’s why we provide two endpoints to give you control over user data. With these endpoints, you can process data requests (User Data endpoint) and data deletion requests (Delete User Data endpoint).
Please note that you are required by law to forward the different privacy requests of your users to all third-party companies you work with.
Updated 8 days ago