Here you will have to write SQL queries to select the data you want to see in Mixpanel. Here are some ideas of data you should select
The Lifetime Value of a customer and add it to a contact.
The end of their trial
The date they became active in your product.
The number of key activities a user did in your app in the last 7/30 days
Once you have created your model, click save.
4. Create your first Sync
Now head to the Sync page and click the Add Sync button
In the " What data do you want to sync?" section
For the Connection, select the data warehouse you connected in step 2
For the Source, select the model you created in step 3
Next up is the "Where do you want to sync data to?" section.
Pick Mixpanel as the Connection
For Object, Select Events or User Profile. We will be using User Profile in this guide.
For the " How should changes to the source be synced?" section.
Select Update Or Create
Pick the right mapping key; Mixpanel only supports Distinct ID.
Finally, select the fields you want to update in the Mapper in the "Which Fields should be updated?" section. Here simply map the field from your Mixpanel instance to the column from your model.
Click the Next button to see the final preview, which will have a recap of what will happen when you start the sync.
5. Confirm the data is in Mixpanel
Now go back to your Mixpanel Instance and view a Contact that should have been updated. If everything well well, you should see your data in Mixpanel.
That's it! In 5 steps, you connect Census to Mixpanel and started syncing customer & product data from your warehouse to Mixpanel 🎉
🗄 Supported Objects
Census currently supports syncing to the following Mixpanel objects.
Contact us if you want Census to support more objects for Mixpanel.
Syncing Historical Events
Depending on which plan your Mixpanel is on, you may have limited ability to view historical data. For example, currently Mixpanel's Starter Free plan will only show events from the last 90 days, even though Census can successfully sync older data. If you find some of your event data missing, take a look at Mixpanel's documentation to understand what limits your plan may have.