Comment on page
People use applications to represent multiple products, websites, apps, marketing campaigns, and other aspects of their businesses.
For example, let’s say ABC Group sells clothes, shoes, handbags, perfumes, and accessories in each of its stores. The company can use applications to divide each account to represent each store section.
They just have to create 5 different applications in each account to represent each of those store sections. This way, they can track the number of shoes or handbags sold separately on each application.
ABC Group Application Page
Similarly, a marketer can use applications to represent different campaigns or websites. So, you can dump data from your campaigns, web app, mobile apps, and social media campaigns into individual applications.
But you don't necessarily need more than one application. The downside of having multiple applications is that you can’t report across applications. Each application has its unique database so data from multiple applications can’t interface.
There are four columns on the application list section.
This column indicates the date and time the application was published and modified and who created it.
The Usage (Month) column is the most important of them all. It shows the percentage of the allocated volume of events you’ve used so far and what’s left.
When was the application last modified? The column shows the date and time it was modified.