Simplify Mapping in Omeda

By default, we use question IDs when sending data from CredSpark to Omeda via webhook. 

However, question IDs aren’t always user-friendly, which is why we offer the option to add a “nickname” to each field you want to map, which should greatly simplify the process in Omeda. 

To do so, navigate to the "Data & Analytics" tab in your selected interaction and click on the "Integrations" button:

A new modal will appear:

Imagine you have a checkbox question type that, when checked, means your end user has opted in to receive your Daily Updates Newsletter. You can select that question in the dropdown on the left, then name it “Daily Updates Newsletter Opt-in” (or similar) on the right, and Omeda will receive a field named “Daily Updates Newsletter.” 

Good to know

  • CredSpark automatically sends ALL FIELDS of data collected to Omeda. It is up to you to decide which fields you want to map into Omeda. 
  • Even if you don’t give a field a nickname, it will still be transmitted, just with a Question ID number instead of a name. 
  • You can add as many new field mappings as you want–select “Add New Field Mapping.” 
  • You can remove a mapping by selecting the trash can. 
  • First Name, Last Name and/or Email fields are automatically mapped to the same fields in Omeda, so you don’t need to add nicknames for them.

Changing Delimiter

Incorporating commas within your answer choices can disrupt the integration between CredSpark and Omeda. This issue arises because CredSpark's standard practice is to use commas to separate answer options. For instance:

Q: What are your favorite ice cream flavors?

A: Vanilla

B: Chocolate

C: Pistachio

If a participant selects Vanilla and Chocolate, CredSpark formats this response as "Vanilla, Chocolate" when sending it to Omeda.

In this example, CredSpark might have to pass back answer choices A and C as “Fun, Happy, Puppy News, Beautiful Horses, Beautiful Foals,” which will mess things up in Omeda. 

To address this challenge, we've introduced a solution that allows you to select an alternate delimiter, enabling the inclusion of commas in your answer choices without any hassle. Taking the example above, if you opt for a semicolon as your delimiter, the data will be transmitted as "Fun, Happy, Puppy News; Beautiful Horses, Beautiful Foals". It's important to adjust the delimiter settings in Omeda accordingly to ensure a smooth mapping process.