Updated December 2020
In order to configure your Firebase project, so the Copilot deployment can access the data, Here are the steps to follow
💡 These steps should be done for each of your Firebase projects ( Normally there should be two - Development and Production environments )
Get to settings and extract Project ID
Go to the project wanted under the Firebase console, and then access Settings - https://console.firebase.google.com
- Send us the Project ID in the main top section.
You can see the Android and iOS configurations that should have been created by your developers - If you haven’t got them, make sure your developers add the right apps for Android/iOS, you will need to turn each of them ON later.
Adding Copilot Analytics user
Go to “Users and permissions”, and add this user group with Viewer roles:
Get to Big query setup
Continue to the integrations tab, and enter the BigQuery setup details.
enabling big query
Approve and enable BigQuery through the Wizard, if you have not yet connected BigQuery to your project.
During the Linking process, or at any time after, validate the following has been done:
Check “Include advertising identifiers in export” checkmark under "Google Analaytics",
and toggle both apps ( And web apps if needed ) ON.
Under “Crashlytics”, also toggle both apps ON.
If you add more apps, you should turn the analytics & Crashlytics ON for each of them ( Including Streaming if needed)
Google cloud platform IAMs
Go to to the Google cloud platform console and select your project at the top.
If you have inegrated BigQuery beforehand, you can press View in BigQuery to go directly to the GCP for the BigQuery integration
Then go to IAM & Admin.
Add Copilot Growth user
In the top of the Members and Roles, press the ADD button.
Add the member email@example.com.
The set three roles by selecting a role, and “Add another role” and Save
- BigQuery DataViewer.
- BigQuery Job User.
- BigQuery User.
You're all done
Contact your customer success manager with any questions