Push user behavior data from your warehouse into PostHog
After selecting PostHog from our destinations catalog, you will be required to enter your PostHog Project API Key and Public URL.
- You can locate your Project API key within your PostHog account by navigating to your PostHog project > Project Settings > Project API key.
- If you are using the cloud-hosted version of PostHog, your Public URL will be https://app.posthog.com/batch/
- If you are using a self-hosted version of PostHog, replace https://app.posthog.com/ with the URL of your instance.
Hightouch supports syncing both
Events to PostHog.
Hightouch supports syncing to the following PostHog objects:
Hightouch supports the following sync modes:
- Upsert - pushes new
Personobjects to PostHog and updates properties that change in your warehouse.
Person records can be matched from your source to your PostHog workspace by Distinct ID (
distinct_id), which is a unique idenitifier
in PostHog for each
You may also sync columns from your source to PostHog's
Person properties. PostHog does not provide information on properties currently set for
so you will need to type the exact name of the property you would like to map to in PostHog. These property names must be spelled correctly and are case-sensitive.
The PostHog integration also allows you to send events to PostHog with custom properties.
The four elements of any PostHog event are the Event Name (required, which can be a single string used to name all events, or pulled from your warehouse per event), a Timestamp (optional, in ISO 1806 format, or a Unix timestamp in milliseconds), a Distinct ID (required, the unique ID of the user corresponding to the event), and event properties.
You can also map properties that will become event
properties in PostHog, just as you would for object properties.