Whilst the tracking set-up provides event data on user actions at a specific point in time, context describes the setting in which an event takes place. To describe the context of an event, we need to define and capture individual entities. For example:
Together, these entities make up the context of an event.
The mobile trackers add a number of context entities to events by default. Unless disabled in the tracker configuration, the following entities will be attached to your events:
|Screen||Information about the current screen being viewed when an event occurs|
|Application||Version number and build name of the application|
|Session||Information about the user session|
|Platform||Information about the user device and OS|
You can also track custom context entities with some or all of your events. To learn more about tracking custom context entities, see the docs for Android, iOS , React Native , or Flutter