I know you can fire a client-side custom facebook event once a user signs up using a klaviyo form by wiring the the ‘klaviyoForms’ event handler but I wanted to see if it’s possible to this server-sideby having Klaviyo trigger FB’s JS call server side or by somehow wiring Klaviyo to make a conversions api call to fire the facebook custom event instead..
Best answer by Brian TurcotteView original
As far as configuring the call to Facebook server-side, I will check with our engineering team and reply to thread if they know of any possibilities there.
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@Brian Turcotte thanks for the response. Thanks for the link to the documentation, I’m already aware of it and read it through thoroughly and it unfortunately doesn’t offer an insight on how to do a sever-side call to the FB’s tracking API unfortunately. Thanks for checking with the engineering team.
There is a server-side API endpoint where you are able to create a custom event that’s documented here:
If this isn’t the same type of metric that you intended by “custom Facebook event,” would you be willing to clarify a little more about your use case and the behavior of the event you are trying to create?