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- 2.Click on the gear icon top left, choose “Project settings”
- 3.On the “General” tab, make note of the Project ID. You’ll need to enter this value in Runway shortly
- 1.Click on the Integrations tab
- 2.Next, ensure that the Google Analytics tile in your Firebase console is showing the status "Enabled". If it’s not, you'll need toset up and enable Google Analytics in your project🔗
- 3.Click into the Google Analytics tile. It should show your app(s) in the bottom section, and at the top there should be a Property ID. Grab that value; you’ll need to enter it shortly in Runway
Setting up BigQuery is required because Google doesn't expose user- and session-level stability data directly via Firebase APIs.
Data processed, and therefore costs, can be variable depending on each team's data volume and other factors. We recommend adding user- and/or project-level quotas to cap query data processed per day. More information is available here:
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- 1.Click back up to Integrations
- 2.Click into the BigQuery tile. If you haven’t yet linked BigQuery to Firebase, you’ll be prompted to do so. Once you’re linked, you’ll see a list of integrations to configure. Or, if you were already linked, you’ll also see that list of integrations
- 3.Find the Google Analytics integration, and flip that switch ON
- 4.In Apps exporting, make sure the app(s) in question are selected
- 5.In Export settings, make sure at least the “Daily” option is selected
Note that you must be on a Firebase paid plan to select “Streaming” exports in Export settings, and without “Streaming” enabled, data flowing into Runway won’t be real-time.
For BigQuery exports that have been turned on for the first time, it may take a day before the data starts populating in BigQuery.
Save your settings.
- 2.Make sure you’re logged in with an appropriate Google account, and that the project that contains the BigQuery instance you linked with Firebase is selected in the project selector (top left)
- 3.In the left hand menu, select IAM & Admin and then Service Accounts
- 4.Click + Create Service Account
- 5.Fill out the form then click Create and Continue
- 6.In step 2, select roles. You’ll need to select the BigQuery Job User and BigQuery Data Viewer roles at minimum. If you want to share a service account between Runway’s stability monitoring integration and your Google Play and/or Play Beta integrations, add additional roles as needed (Play Console and BigQuery will need to live under the same project for this to work)
- 7.On the service account you just created, click the three dots on the right hand side, and select Manage keys
- 8.Click Add Key, then Create new key
- 9.Select the JSON option and click Create
- 10.Your Google API key file should start downloading
- 1.Select an app in the top left corner from the Switcher
- 2.Navigate to App Settings by clicking the gear icon (⚙️) at the top of the Timeline sidebar
- 3.Click on Integrations in the sidebar
- Find the Firebase integration module under the Stability monitoring section
- Click the Connect button
- Add your Google API key file, Project ID and GA Property ID from the previous steps to complete your integration setup.