Freshpaint is a great way to get your customer data into Variance. Hooking up RudderStack is easy. To start, head to the Integrations > Freshpaint page in Variance.
Then you'll Add a Freshpaint Connection. You can describe it in any way you want, but we suggest using the name of the RudderStack source you're going to be piping from. We recommend you use one connection per source, as you can then filter by source, but it's up to you.
On the first time you connect a Freshpaint integration we ask for a little bit of additional information about you how link users with their companies in your Segment data. You can find the full details of our options on our Account Matching docs page.
If you aren't sure how you do account mapping now, you can check your Freshpaint debugger (we're happy to help as well). If none of these work for you or you have any questions at all, please reach out and we're happy to hop on a Zoom and help you get set up.
Once you've added your Freshpaint integration, you'll see two pieces of data:
Now head over to Freshpaint Apps list, find Variance, and click Configure.
From there you'll see two options. You want to click Configure next to Webhook URL & API Key.
Here you'll add the Webhook URL and API Key we gave you on the integrations page and click Save.
Now all `page` and `identify` events should be flowing to Variance. To add more, you just go to your Schema view and choose which events you want to send to Variance and whether or not to backfill events.
If you aren't sure what properties you're using for identifying accounts, it's easy to go into the Freshpaint dashboard to to find the payload of a recent `identify` call.
It should look something like this: