Links is an all-in-one messaging platform. You can schedule emails, SMS messages, and more with
Freshpaint helps teams manage and control their customer data. Freshpaint automatically captures every click, pageview, and form submission on your site. This makes it possible for non-technical users to route data from Freshpaint to any marketing or analytics platform.
With Freshpaint and, you can use Freshpaint to attach user metadata and trigger events in to create customized messaging campaigns for your customers.

What You'll Need

  • Account
  • Site ID and Account ID. These can be found in under Integrations > API
  • Freshpaint account with identify calls set up

Getting Started

Before you can pass Freshpaint data to, you'll need to install the Freshpaint javascript SDK and have identify calls set up.
2. Insert your Site ID and Secret API Key. These can be found in under Integrations > API
3. That's it! You should now see the enabled status next to


When processing an identify call, if the user already exists, Freshpaint will attach the provided user properties to the corresponding user as customer attributes. If the user does not exist, Freshpaint will create the user in


Freshpaint events will be sent to as Events. You can send anonymous events to containing an anonymous_id. When you set the anonymous_id on a person, we associate those anonymous events with a person. This lets you log events before people log in, sign up, or are otherwise identified, and then attribute those events to people after you identify them.

Turn on anonymous event merging

When you create a new workspace, anonymous event merging is on by default. If you created your workspace before July 2021, you must enable Anonymous event merging to associate anonymous events with people you identify.
  1. 1.
    Go to Settings > Workspace Settings.
  2. 2.
    Scroll down to Merge Settings and click Settings.
  3. 3.
    Turn on the Anonymous event merge setting.


Freshpaint will automatically send all page views to Page views show up in as events with the URL of the page as the name of the event.
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