Source Value Reference

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Overview

The $source profile property can help you better understand how your subscribers joined your email list. Klaviyo automatically assigns a $source property for profiles added using certain methods. For example, a profile’s $source will be set to API if they were added through Klaviyo’s API, or set to Manually Initiated if they were added using Quick Add. 

Certain integrations and subscribe methods are tracked using a number, rather than a text description. The chart below outlines what these numbers mean. 

Using Special $source Values

When creating a segment or flow filter based on $source, you may need to use these numbers to identify the sources you’d like to include. 

To check if you’ll need to use a number versus a text value, start creating a segment with this definition: Properties about someone > $source > equals. Click into the Dimension value field to see a list of options. If you see numbers like the ones below (and don’t see the relevant text value), you’ll need to use the special number value in your segment definition. 

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To check a specific profile’s source, navigate to the Information section of their profile. Locate the $source property and click the edit icon. If a number is shown in the edit field, then that number must be used in any $source-based segments you’d like to include them in. 

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$source Value Reference 

$source Value Profile Source
-1 Unknown
-2 Modal
-3 Flyout
-4 Embedded Form
-5 Subscribe Page
-6 Manually Initiated
-7 Twitter
-8 Integration
-9 API
-10 Copied from Another List
-11 Swapped Subscription
-12 Unknown
-13 Manually Initiated
-14 Unsubscribe Page
-15 Unknown Integration
-16 Swapped Subscription
-17 API
-18 Copied from Another List
-19 Spam Complaint
-20 Hard Bounce
-21 3dcart
-22 BigCommerce
-23 Postmark
-24 Celery
-25 Constant Contact
-26 Zoho
-27 API
-28 ActBlue
-29 Help Scout
-30 Zendesk
-31 Olark
-32 ShopDirect
-33 Mailgun
-34 MadMimi
-35 Lightspeed
-36 Unbounce
-37 Janrain
-38 WooCommerce
-39 Magento
-40 Mandrill
-41 Wufoo
-42 Sendgrid
-43 Mailchimp
-44 Commercev3
-45 Amazon Web Services
-46 AfterShip
-47 Klaviyo
-48 Salesforce
-49 NeonCRM
-50 Shopify
-51 Volusion
-52 UserVoice
-53 Eventbrite
-54 Kickoff Labs
-55 Amazon Marketplace
-56 Magento 2
-57 Qgiv
-58 StickyStreet
-59 Segment
-60 Chargebee
-61 Recurly
-62 Stripe
-63 Campaign Monitor
-64 Magento
-65 Classy
-66 Spree
-67 Desk.com
-68 Facebook Audiences
-69 DonorPerfect
-70 Donate.ly
-71 ExactTarget
-72 OpenCart
-73 Funraise
-74 3dcart
-75 BigCommerce
-76 Postmark
-77 Celery
-78 Constant Contact
-79 Zoho
-80 API
-81 ActBlue
-82 Help Scout
-83 Zendesk
-84 Olark
-85 ShopDirect
-86 Mailgun
-87 MadMimi
-88 Lightspeed
-89 Unbounce
-90 Janrain
-91 WooCommerce
-92 Magento
-93 Mandrill
-94 Wufoo
-95 Sendgrid
-96 Mailchimp
-97 Commercev3
-98 Amazon Web Services
-99 AfterShip
-100 Klaviyo
-101 Salesforce
-102 NeonCRM
-103 Shopify
-104 Volusion
-105 UserVoice
-106 Eventbrite
-107 Kickoff Labs
-108 Amazon Marketplace
-109 Magento 2
-110 Qgiv
-111 StickyStreet
-112 Segment
-113 Chargebee
-114 Recurly
-115 Stripe
-116 Campaign Monitor
-117 Magento
-118 Classy
-119 Spree
-120 Desk.com
-121 Facebook Audiences
-122 DonorPerfect
-123 Donate.ly
-124 ExactTarget
-125 OpenCart
-126 Funraise
-127 Facebook Lead Ad
-128 Typeform
-129 Suppressed by Flow
-130 Back in Stock
-131 Back in Stock
-132 mi9
-133 mi9
-134 Invalid Email
-135 Merged Profiles
-136 Transferred Memberships
-137 Transferred Memberships
-138 NetSuite
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