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Segments

A segment is smaller group of your contacts defined by rules or filters that you set. Coordinate and manage your companies and customers in one go from the company database. Erxes let you filter and segment an important group of data for targeted purposes such as by websites, size, plan industry, session count or some criteria in a more realistic way.


Setup segment#

The segment is a customer data management and analytics solution that helps you make sense of customer and company data coming from multiple sources. There are two main categories of segments. One is the properties segment which belongs to basic information of companies, customers and leads. The another one is the custom event segment. It will able to create actions yourself that are triggered by something your customer performs on your site or app.

You can create a new segment by different ways from different paths.

  1. Go to Erxes Settings => Segments => select Customer/Company => New segment.

  1. You can directly create from Certain Features. Certain feature => Segment => New segment.
  • Click on top right corner of segment.
  • Click New segment.

Create Properties Segments#

The properties segment is a data management and analytics solution that helps you make sense of customer and company basic data coming from multiple sources.

  • Please follow the steps for setup: Certain Features => FILTER BY SEGMENTS => New Segment.
  • Let's take an example, It is shown the number of new users created in March 2020.

  1. Insert Name for the Segment.
  2. Choose Sub Segment.
  3. Insert Description for the Segment.
  4. Choose Color for the Segment.
  5. Choose Segment type. (If you create Properties Segments, select the Add Properties.
  6. Choose Segment type. (If you create Event Segments, select the Add Events.
  7. Select the Filter property.
  8. Select operator.
  9. Insert value.
  10. Show count and Save the Segment.
  11. The numbers of results.

Sub-segments of segment#

Sub-segment allows you to create a new filter on the parent segment. Once we have created the segment on the above example. If we need more filters on that segment, you can create a new segment. In the sub-segment section, you need to call the parent segment. The following example shows who had set their primary email from created users in March 2020.

Study case of segment#

Learn the following case studies for how to set segments using some SELECT OPERATORs on date fields.

  • date relative less than
  • date relative greater than
  • will occur before on following n-th minute
  • will occur after on following n-th minute
  • will occur before on following n-th day
  • will occur after on following n-th day

Date relative less than#

This operator let you filter on date fields that the all-action or all-state had been being occurred until your specified date. Take an example, let's create a segment that inactive users for the last 3 weeks. In this case, use "date relative less than" operator to show all inactive users who did not seen at on exactly twenty-one days from the current time.

"date relative less than now-21d/d "- filters the specified data from the past until 21 days ago from the current time.

Last seen at "date relative less than" "now-21d/d"

  • In the value field, you can insert minutes also such date related less than now-30m/m. It will show you the all actions that had been being happened 30 minutes ago.

  • For some special case, you can create an action that date related less than now+24h/h, which means you can filter all data from the past until tomorrow.

Date relative greater than#

This operator let you filter on date fields that the all-action or all-state will have been being occurred from your specified date. Take an example, let's create a segment that all users registered in the last 24 hours. In this case, use "date relative greater than" operator to show all users who created at last 24 hours from the current time.

"date relative greater than now-24h/h "- filters the specified data between 24 hours ago from the current time and future time.

Created at "date relative greater than" "now-24h/h"

  • In the value field, you can insert minutes also such date related greater than now-30m/m. It will show you the all actions that start from 30 minutes ago to future.

  • For some special case, you can create an action that date related greater than now+1d/d, which means you can filter all data from tomorrow to future.

Will occur before on following n-th minute/ n-th day#

This operator let you filter on date fields that the action or the state will occur on the exact n-th minute or n-th day. Take an example, let's create a segment that all users date will expire on eleven days later from current time. In this case, use "will occur before on following n-th day" operator to show the users whose date will expire on eleven days later from the current time. This means the segment will show you the number of users whose specified action will occur before on the following 11th day.

"expire date" - "will occur before on following n-th day" - "11"- filters the specified data which date will just expire 11 days later from the current moment.

  • The difference between "will occur before on following n-th minute" and "will occur before on following n-th day" is the system will check n-th minute and n-th day respectively.

Will occur after on following n-th minute/n-th day#

This operator let you filter on date fields that the action or the state occurred on the exact n-th minute or n-th day. Take an example, let's create a segment that all users date expired and which have elapsed on just 2nd day. In this case, use "will occur after on following n-th day" operator to show the users whose date expired at two days ago from the current time. This means, the action has already ended and 2 days have elapsed.

"expire date" - "will occur after on following n-th day" - "2"- filters the specified data which elapsed on just second date.

  • The difference between "will occur after on following n-th minute" and "will occur after on following n-th day" is the system will check n-th minute and n-th day respectively.
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