Yozio provides several ways to export your data. You can get data exported on the highest, summary stats level, or on a very detailed level, such as for exactly what metadata is associated with each event being tracked.
Summary exports provide attribution statistics on a high level; such as how many clicks, installs, or downstream event conversions are associated with each particular SuperLink over a period of time.
You can export a CSV of your attribution data by going to Yozio Console > SuperLinks > Organic Links > applying a date range and then clicking CSV.
The Yozio Data Export RESTful API allows you to quickly receive a summary (by day) of all event activity associated with your Yozio SuperLinks. Learn more about this API here.
Detailed data exports provide attribution reports on the event level and include any metadata associated with each event.
Apps on paid plans have access to the Yozio Batch File data export feature, which provides you with a way to download your valuable data in bulk. The detailed data will be retained for 30 days by default.
Each midnight (UTC) data from the events that took place the previous day will be sent to a server from the Yozio Cloud. This batch file will then be processed and made ready for you to access. With this feature you may provide a list of emails or a callback URL so you can be notified whenever the data is ready for download.
Learn more about batch file here.
Apps on paid plans have access to the Yozio Real-time Server Callback data export feature which provides a real-time server callback to your server for each event recorded by sending your server a http get with parameters.
Learn more about real-time server callback here