Prerequisites: Source keys, Create Data Source, Data Source Mapping A Dynamic String is a string made up of multiple values and/or static values. Example Data Dynamic String UI Steps to Create a Dynamic String Set Value Type to Dynamic String Type a formatted string using merge tags Configure Merge Tags and the associated Source KeysRead More
Unset keys is a feature that allows you to unset certain data keys. This is only available when your Request Details > Source Type is set to WordPress. How does Unset Keys work? Unset keys works by unsetting an array key which then removes the value for the output. When should I use Unset Keys?Read More
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Subsequent Request is an API request made in addition to the initial request. A subsequent request uses a value from the initial response to request additional data. This additional request may use different API URL parameters, but must use the same API credentials. You can make as many subsequent requests as needed. Note: Subsequent RequestRead More
Prerequisites: Source keys, Create Data Source, Data Source Mapping Creating a unique primary ID is an optional process. This is only used if the source of your data does not already provide a static unique ID. What is a Unique Primary ID? A unique primary ID is a data field used to distinguish each rowRead More