This topic gives you some tips to ensure that you are logging your events effectively to ensure that Facebook Analytics processes your events.
The Event Debugging in the Dashboard shows the most recent app events your app sends to Facebook Analytics. In the Dashboard, choose Activity then Event Debugging.
By default, Event Debugging shows you the app events sent by your app. You can filter the app events by choosing a filter in Include:
A few things to keep in mind:
When your app runs and you have integrated the Facebook SDK into your app, the Dashboard should display an
App Install or an
App Launch app event. If your Dashboard does not display any events when you app runs, check that your app is connected to Facebook Analytics. Test the connection by creating a test app using the appropriate Quickstart for your platform.
The Quickstarts contain the minimum amount of code to send the App Install pre-defined app event to Facebook Analytics. If you do not get any events from an app created from the Quickstart procedure, then your network is not connected to the internet. Connect to the internet and then try starting your app and see if the App Install event appears in the dashboard.
If you do not see new app events in the dashboard, try the following:
AppDelegate.swiftfile * Use the correct information property list file.
AppEventsLogger.activate(application)statement is in the
fbAsyncInitproperty and then call a function.
If you have confirmed that your app is sending data to Facebook Analytics but the events in the dashboard are not displaying the right data, you can check the following:
Remove unused events or events that record deprecated features to make the log easier to review.
If the data still doesn't make sense to you, try the following:
The App Event Builder generates the code for your pre-defined or custom event.