Synchronize experience and operational customer data to unlock personalization at scale.
Use the aggregation of multiple sources of operational data in Adobe Experience Platform as an input in Qualtrics Experience iD to better understand your customers and enable targeted outreach to close the gap when it comes to understanding intent, emotion and experience drivers.
The destination connector and documentation page are created and maintained by the Qualtrics team. For any inquiries or update requests, please contact them directly by logging into the Customer Success Hub.
To help you better understand how and when you should use the Qualtrics Automations destination, here are sample use cases that Adobe Experience Platform customers can solve by using this destination.
Scenario: A company wants to measure customer satisfaction across various digital touchpoints, such as their website and mobile app. They use Adobe Experience Platform to trigger Qualtrics surveys based on user interactions, such as completing a purchase or visiting a specific webpage.
Outcome: By collecting real-time feedback, the company can make data-driven improvements to their customer experience, leading to increased satisfaction and loyalty.
Scenario: An organization aims to enhance its employee onboarding process. They utilize Adobe Experience Platform to gather feedback from new hires through Qualtrics surveys. Surveys are automatically triggered after a predefined onboarding period.
Outcome: Continuous feedback enables the organization to adapt and improve the onboarding process, resulting in better engagement and productivity among new employees.
Before setting up the Qualtrics destination in Adobe Experience Platform, please ensure the following prerequisites have been met:
Below are the necessary steps for obtaining an API token from Qualtrics.
Qualtrics Automations supports the activation of identities described in the table below. Learn more about identities.
|Plain text email addresses
|Only plain text email addresses are supported by Qualtrics.
|Custom user IDs
|Select this target identity when your source identity is a custom namespace.
Refer to the table below for information about the destination export type and frequency.
|You are exporting all members of a segment (audience) with the identifiers (name, phone number, or others) used in the Qualtrics Automations destination.
|Streaming destinations are “always on” API-based connections. As soon as a profile is updated in Experience Platform based on segment evaluation, the connector sends the update downstream to the destination platform. Read more about streaming destinations.
To connect to this destination, follow the steps described in the destination configuration tutorial. In the configure destination workflow, fill in the fields listed in the two sections below.
As part of authentication you will need to provide a Username and Password. The username is your Qualtrics username, and the password is your Qualtrics account’s API token. To retrieve the API token follow the instructions from the Prerequisites section above.
To configure details for the destination, fill in the required and optional fields below. An asterisk next to a field in the UI indicates that the field is required.
You can enable alerts to receive notifications on the status of the dataflow to your destination. Select an alert from the list to subscribe to receive notifications on the status of your dataflow. For more information on alerts, see the guide on subscribing to destinations alerts using the UI.
When you are finished providing details for your destination connection, select Next.
Read Activate profiles and segments to streaming segment export destinations for instructions on activating audience segments to this destination.
This destination has an open schema so you may send any properties to Qualtrics.
To add an attribute to your mapping, simply select custom attributes when adding a new mapping. You may enter any name for your attribute. Qualtrics encourages the camelCase naming convention for attribute names (see below screenshot for an example).
See below screenshot for an example of possible attribute mappings.
It’s mandatory to select an identity namespace for this destination. The two possible source field to target field mappings are:
See below screenshot for an example.
As previously mentioned, this destination uses an open schema, so any properties may be sent to Qualtrics. Nonetheless, the data sent to Qualtrics will follow the below structure:
To verify data has been ingested in Qualtrics, head over to the workflow containing your JSON Event, from there, go to Run history where you should see the executions of your workflow. Each workflow has a status of either Succeeded or Failed. Selecting a particular execution will reveal more information about it, allowing you to troubleshoot should you run into any issues.
If there are no executions visible in Run history, it means the workflow hasn’t been triggered yet, indicating that there may be an issue. Ensure the workflow is enabled, and that the URL in the destination in Adobe Experience Platform is correct. Workflow executions aren’t instant, so you may have to wait a short while before it completes.
All Adobe Experience Platform destinations are compliant with data usage policies when handling your data. For detailed information on how Adobe Experience Platform enforces data governance, read the Data Governance overview.