Glossary is usually defined as an alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge. This knowledgebase glossary provides a collection of knowledgebase documents that define many technical terms. These terms are arranged alphabetically, but you can quickly jump to a specific term by selecting its first letter from the index of the knowledge base glossary below.
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Visitors who have not yet been identified by any interaction. These contacts are tracked by Mautic via IP address but typically remain hidden so as not to clutter segments.
(Application Programming Interface) provides a way to pass data in and out of Mautic to/from other software programs. API is a code that allows two software programs to pass information back and forth (communicate with each other). The code of the API spells out the proper way for a developer to write a program that enables this communication between the two programs.
Users have the ability to enable access to the API under the configuration settings. Users are also have the ability to enable HTTP basic authentication for Mautic’s API — and it is highly recommended to only use this when using secure sites (HTTPS). - Access token lifetime (in minutes) – If using OAuth2, set the lifetime of the access tokens used to authorize the request. - Refresh token lifetime (in days) – If using OAuth2, set the lifetime of the refresh tokens which is used to request a new access token once expired. Once the refresh token expires, reauthorization is required in the amount of days this field is set to.
Items to deliver to contacts – typically upon completion of a form. Assets are trackable items and carry their own point values, history, and tracking statistics. Examples of assets would be a white paper, downloadable demo, any file of interest such as mp3, presentation, etc.