Graduate your tracking plan from Spreadsheets to source controlled schema management. Collaborate on designing quality data, faster, with real-time feedback based on your team’s standards
Collaboration on designing quality data has never been faster – or more fun!
A reusable library of events, properties and property bundles with real-time feedback
Designed for seamless collaboration across multiple teams and producs
Define data structures in Avo and link them across codebases and schema registries
Prior to Avo only 1-2 analysts could make changes to the taxonomy and without branching, we could only manage a single change at a time. With Avo we have all our teams creating branches of changes that can be QA'd by the team.Read the G2 Review
Design complete and consistent data structures faster by re-using events across platforms and properties across events. Bundle related properties into property bundles to quickly add them to your events.
Get real-time feedback when creating new events and properties to prevent duplicates or inconsistent casing.
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Avo does not collect and route your data to other destinations so, no, Avo is not a CDP. Avo makes sure that the tracking calls you make to your CDP or analytics tool are according to spec so that you can make product decisions based on quality data.
A tracking plan is a central document that everyone in your organisation can refer to for data management best practices. It standardises the events and properties you track, determines where within the code your analytics should be placed, and outlines the reason why each event is being tracked in the first place. I the past, teams have most often managed their tracking plans in Spreadsheets. However, spreadsheets don’t scale and that’s where Avo helps. Read more in our What is a tracking plan and why do you need one blogpost.
In Avo there is the main tracking plan that acts as a source of truth for your production data structures. You can branch out from the tracking plan, creating a draft state of the main one, to make changes without affecting others. Once the suggested changes have been reviewed, approved and implemented, you merge the branch, updating the main tracking plan to include your changes. Read more about branches in our docs.
Learn about our advice on how to pick your events and properties