Microsoft Monetize - Advertiser attributed conversions report

When a conversion pixel fires, Microsoft Advertising determines if the conversion can be attributed (tied to a creative that the user previously viewed or clicked). For more information about how conversion attribution works, see Conversion Attribution.

The Attributed Conversions Report lets you see conversion pixel IDs, order IDs, when clicks or impressions were attributed, and other information related to your advertisers' attributed conversions.

Time frame

All dates and times are given in UTC.

Time ranges

Time ranges define the time period of the data extracted for the report. The following is a complete list of time ranges available for reports.

However, all time ranges are not available for every report.

  • Custom
  • Current Hour
  • Last Available Day
  • Last Hour
  • Today
  • Last 24 Hours
  • Last 48 Hours
  • Yesterday
  • Last 2 Days
  • Last 7 Days
  • Last 7 Available Days
  • Last 14 Days
  • Last 14 Available Days
  • Last 30 Days
  • Last 30 Available Days
  • Last Month
  • Last 100 Days
  • Last 365 Days
  • Quarter to Date
  • Month to Date
  • Month to Yesterday
  • Lifetime


Intervals determine how your data is grouped together into rows in the report response. The following is a complete list of intervals available for reports. However, all intervals are not available for every report.

  • Hourly: Data is grouped into rows by the hour.
  • Daily: Data is grouped into rows by the day.
  • Monthly: Data is grouped into rows by the month.
  • Cumulative: Data is grouped together in one figure, covering the entire selected time range.

This report can retrieve data for the last 90 days.


Column Filter? Description
Campaign Yes The campaign that purchased this impression. (Does not apply to all advertisers.)
Conversion Pixel Yes The conversion pixel which was fired in this conversion event. For more information about conversion pixels, see Working with Conversion Pixels.
Creative Yes The creative that served on this impression. For more information about creatives, see Working with Creatives.
Impression Type Yes The type of impression. For more information, see Impression Types.
Line Item Yes The line item under which this impression was purchased.
Order ID No The order ID or SKU optionally passed in the conversion pixel. If your advertiser is passing in an order ID when the conversion pixel fires, you could send a full list of order IDs back to them to help with conversion attribution. For more information, see Conversion Pixels Advanced.
Post Click/Post View Conversion Yes Whether the conversion was a post-click (PC) or post-view (PV) conversion.
Post Click/Post View Revenue No Whether the revenue generated was from a post-click (PC) or post-view (PV) conversion.
Split Yes The name and ID of the split that purchased the impressions in this data set. Splits are only applicable to augmented line items. For any rows with a campaign name, the Split column (if included) will be null.
User ID No The Microsoft Advertising user ID for the user who converted. If you have a mapping of your own user IDs to Microsoft Advertising IDs, you might be able to do some analysis around which segments are converting, or you could count your unique and repeat converters.

Warning: To prepare for the upcoming implementation of the GDPR, this field is being deprecated on May 21, 2018. Subject to requirements under the GDPR, this field will continue to be available if you receive log level data via Cloud Export. For details, see Part of Service Policies.

Impression types

Value Name Definition
1 Blank No creative served.
2 PSA A PSA served because there were no valid bids and no default creative was available.
3 Default Error A default creative served due to a timeout issue.
4 Default A default creative served because there were no valid bids.
5 Kept Your advertiser's creative served on your publisher's site.
6 Resold Your publisher's impression was sold to a third-party buyer.
7 RTB Your advertiser's creative served on third-party inventory.
8 PSA Error A public service announcement served due to a timeout issue or lack of a default creative.
9 External Impression An impression from an impression tracker.
10 External Click A click from a click tracker.


Column Description
Auction ID The auction ID for which the conversion was attributed.
External Data Optional extra data passed in on conversion pixel using the "other" parameter.
Impression Time The time at which the impression occurred.
Time of Conversion The time at which the conversion occurred.

To run your report

Follow these steps to run your report.

  1. Select Reporting from the appropriate top menu (depending on how your account has been configured).

    Or, from the Publishers top menu, click on Prebid Server Premium > Analytics > Prebid Server Analytics

  2. Select the relevant report from the list. The Report screen shows the available filters, dimensions, and delivery options for the report. The selections you make here will determine what report data is delivered to you, and how.


    For an explanation of how grouping and filtering work, see Dimensions, Metrics, Filtering, and Grouping.

  3. Select the relevant filters to limit the data displayed to just the information you want. For example, rather than running a report that shows impressions for all inventory sources, you may want to list results for just a select few. When you select a filter (by clicking Edit), a selection panel appears. Select items in the Available list (left), then click Add to include them in the Chosen list (right).

  4. Group by Dimension. Grouping allows you to display rows of data in the order you prefer.


    The more dimensions you group by, the larger the data set that is returned. Larger data sets can take substantially longer to process. Be sure to group using only the dimensions you need.

  5. Choose a delivery option. Once you've selected your filters and grouped by your chosen dimensions, you need to choose a delivery method. Available delivery methods include:

    • Run now, show results in screen: For smaller amounts of data, you may want to view the report as soon as possible in your browser. You can download the report in XLSX, CSV, Excel/TSV and JSON format. However, there is a limit of 100,000 rows per report when downloading as XLSX and Excel file.

    • Run in background, notify me when results are ready to view: A popup notification will let you know when the report is ready to view or download.


      The maximum size of the report that can be downloaded from the UI is 100 MB. Also, there is a limit of 100,000 rows per report when downloading as XLSX and Excel file. If the size of the report is more than that, you can try to download it using the API for that reporting service (The limit here is 10 million rows).

    • Export, send results via email: Run the report in the background and email the results to one or more email addresses.

    • Save as report template: Save your selected report settings so that you can run this report again in the future. You can name this template using the text entry field under Name this report (its checkbox is auto-selected when you choose this option). A saved report can be rerun from the Your Reports screen.

    • Add to scheduled reports: Run this report automatically at specified times and have it sent to one or more email addresses.

    • Name this report: Give this report with its current settings a name for future reference.

  6. Click Run report to send your report request.