This destination is currently under final review and will be available soon.

TimeOne combines affiliation platform, lead management technology and proprietary media. Using this destination, you can take advantage of TimeOne server-side tracking.

Key features

The TimeOne destination provides the following key features:

  • Events structure: our Events reference model covers TimeOne postback server-side tracking, meaning that your data is properly bridged to the expected fields in an optimized way..

  • Prebuilt mappings: data mapping for event-based destinations happens automatically, which simplifies user inputs.

  • Smart mapping: data mapping can be readjusted using your datalayer defined fields.

  • Support for multi-item data: information included in the item array is dispatched to TimeOne.

Destination setup



Program Id


Your program identifier as provided by TimeOne.

Publisher Id

Required Your publisher identifier as provided by TimeOne.

Creative Id

Required Your creative identifier as provided by TimeOne.


TimeOne click identifier value. When a user clicks on TimeOne affiliate link, the parameter "tog_sb" is appended to the redirection url. This includes the following information: timestamp, affiliate program identifier, publisher identifier, and clicked promo element identifier.

Subtracking Cookie Name

As an additional way to pass TimeOne click identifier, you can input a cookie name holding its value. This also acts as a fallback method when no value can be retrieved from the "Subtracking" field.

Quick reference

Commanders Act EventsTimeOne Tracking

[Any Event] [1]


[Any Event] [1]


[1] Use Destination filters to specify your matching events.

Field Mappings

Most properties can be remapped using our "Smart Mapping" feature.

Commanders Act PropertiesTimeOne Properties

Program Id

progid [*]

Publisher Id

comid [*]

Creative Id

iu [*]


Subtracking Cookie Name

subtracking [*][1]


uniqid [*]




data [2]

[*] Mandatory property. [1] Subtracking has priority over Subtracking Cookie Name. See Configuration for more details. [2] All items are taken into account, separeted by a pipe character ("|") and encoded.

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