You can export your Kissmetrics raw data as JSON files. Because of the amount of data to export, we’ll make the JSON files available to your Amazon S3 bucket.
If you already have an existing Amazon Web Services account, navigate to aws.amazon.com and sign in. If this is your first time going to AWS, you can go through a quick process of signing up for an account. It’s free to get started.
Not sure if you have an existing AWS account? Contact the developer who initially setup Kissmetrics for you and ask if there is an existing AWS account. If no one has ever heard of an AWS account, you can most likely go ahead and create one.
You will be directed to the AWS dashboard after signing in or signing up. You’ll be working with S3:
Click the blue “Create Bucket” button and name your bucket.
(If you intend to export data from several of your account’s sites, then please create a different bucket for each of them.)
You will refer to this bucket name later.
Make sure to create the bucket in the “US East (N. Virginia)” region.
Click “Create” to continue.
Now that you’ve created the bucket, you need to give Kissmetrics permissions to access it.
Select the bucket policy editor.
Then add the bucket policy seen here.
Go back to Kissmetrics settings and navigate to Data Export.
5. Enter your bucket name from earlier and click verify to connect your KM account with your AWS bucket
Turn exporting “On” when ready to start data exporting. Your raw event data will be placed in your AWS bucket, in the form of JSON files representing each day’s worth of data.
If you wanted to just set up data exporting and turn it on later, you can leave data exporting “Off”.
You’re all set for Data Export!
Updated almost 2 years ago