When a User has logged into your website, it can be useful to send additional properties from your database through to CANDDi, for example: whether the user is a customer, or their user ID from your database.

NOTE: This is a technical article for developers

You need to trigger a tracking call to CANDDi after the window has loaded. Write the following code into the body of the first page generated after the user has logged in.

NOTE: This assumes you are using jQuery to use $( document ).ready

$( document ).ready(function() {
 if(window.canddi) {
   var objTags = {
     "property1":1,
     "property2":2
     ...


         [tag] : [score //typically score = 1 but you can use other numbers here]

};  
   window.canddi.sendEvent('#!-1',objTags,false,"TagContact");
 }
});


Once the page has loaded then the values in ‘property1’ will be transmitted back to CANDDi and stored against the contact.

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