Template - Pinterest Ads Manager Inbound Integration Configuration

Julia Randall
Julia Randall
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Claravine can import Ad Account, Campaign, Ad Group, and Ad IDs, Names, and additional metadata directly from Pinterest Ads Manager, avoiding manual exports, then pass data downstream for more readable classifications and enriched data for improved dimensionality and segmentation in analysis.

Administrators will create one template per Data Type (Ad Account, Campaign, Ad Group, Ad).

Video

Watch a video showing you how to add an Pinterest Ads Manager Inbound Integration to a template:

Instructions

To add Ads Manager Inbound to a template:

  1. An Administrator must first connect Pinterest Ads in SettingsIntegrationsAccounts.
  2. Open or create the integration template in the Templates topical menu. The template must contain all ID fields, platform Name fields, and any additional metadata fields in Step 2 Define and Govern.
  3. Click Step 3 - Connect.

  4. Click + to add a new inbound integration.
  5. Click Pinterest Inbound.
    The Pinterest Ads Inbound configuration section displays.
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  6. Select the connected Pinterest Ads Manager Account from the drop-down list.
  7. Select the Data Selection type. You may only select one inbound data type per template.
    • Ad Accounts
    • Ad Groups
    • Ads
    • Campaigns
  8. Sync Schedule defaults to Every 8 hours.

Field Mapping

1. The ID field is a required field mapping when adding a Pinterest Ads integration to a template. In the Map To fields, select the field name in the template to map this inbound data to.

2. Click + Add New Mapping to add additional Ads Manager fields to map with Claravine fields. Refer to the list of available inbound fields.

3. Click Save to save the template.

Repeat these steps for the other Data Types; you will have one inbound data template for Ad Accounts, one inbound data template for Campaigns, one inbound data template for Ad Groups, and one inbound data template for Ads.

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