Publisher Dashboard


What is the Publisher Dashboard?

The publisher dashboard gives you access to everything related to marketing tools. Here, you will be able to add apps, create placements, and create content for those placements.

How do I access the Publisher Dashboard?

The Publisher Dashboard is Publish tab of the Upsight Markerting dashboard. By default, logging into marketing will put you on this page. From analytics, simply click "Marketing" to switch over.

How often do metrics on the Publisher Dashboard update?

Publisher dashboard metrics update hourly.

Account Settings


The Account Settings page is accessible by mousing over your name in the top right and clicking "Account Settings". Here, you'll be able to update your password, manage your test devices, export collected data, as well as download app performance reports. Read the below sections to learn more.

Account Settings

Test Devices

What are test devices?

Upsight's marketing tools dashboard does not have a ‘staging’ environment for testing the platform. Integration and campaign testing is done at the device-level using Test Devices. Please note that Test Devices do NOT adhere to any frequency caps or user segment targeting.

Adding a test device

To add a test device, follow the steps outlined below:

  1. Log in to your dashboard and navigate to the Add Test Device page.
  2. Enter a name for your device (e.g. "John's iPhone 5s").
  3. Choose iOS or Android for platform.
  4. Find your device identifier and enter it in the Device ID field.
  5. For iOS only, make sure you have selected the correct ID Type.
  6. Click the 'save' button.

Once saved, it may take up to 10 minutes for Test Devices to be updated and take effect.

Supported Device Identifiers



Account Settings

Collected Data

User information collected from Opt-In Data Collection promotions can be accessed using the Upsight Reporting API or downloaded as a CSV through the dashboard in the Account Tab under "Collected Data".

Note Until you publish the Opt-In Data Collection content unit in the Marketing Dashboard, you will not be able to download the CSV file. If you just save the content unit so that only test devices can see it, attempting to download the CSV file will result in the following error:

 "errobj": null,
 "response": null,
 "error": "500 Internal Server Error"

This is true even if you populate the Opt-In Data Collection with data from test devices. If you want to test the populating and downloading of Opt-In Data Collection content units, we recommend creating placements that don't exist in the retail version of your app (e.g. opt_in_data_test_point) and put those placements in unreleased test builds of your app. That way, you can publish and test the Opt-In Data Collection content unit without exposing test versions of it to your actual users.

Account Settings


The reports page allows you to download a performance report for your account. This report contains aggregate performance information about your account as a whole, broken down by OS platform as well as each individual app. The reports page is updated daily, with the last update time indicated on the page.

Adding an App

  1. Log into your Upsight Marketing Dashboard.

  2. Click the Add App button.

  3. Choose your desired platform.

  4. Enter your app's title:

    • iOS: Begin typing the title and the app name should populate automatically.

    • Android: Enter your Market Bundle ID (i.e. com.companyname.yourname).

Entering an iOS App Title

Note Once your app is live in the iOS App Store or the Android Marketplace, it may take up to 48 hours until you can import it into the Upsight Marketing Dashboard. Alternatively, if your app has not been released yet, you can enter its title in the Unreleased App textbox. Before you can go live with Upsight, you will also have to set your app's App Id or Market Bundle ID in App Settings.