The Braze Windows SDK is deprecated as of March 24, 2022.
- March 24, 2022: No new Windows apps can be created in the Braze dashboard.
- September 15, 2022: No new messages can be sent to Windows apps. Existing messages and data collection are unaffected.
- January 15, 2023: Braze will no longer serve messages or collect data from Windows apps.
The Braze SDK reports session data that is used by the Braze dashboard to calculate user engagement and other analytics integral to understanding your users. based on the following session semantics, our SDK generates “start session” and “close session” data points that account for session length and session counts viewable within the Braze dashboard.
Our Windows integration logs session opens when the app is launched and logs session closes when the application is closed. The minimum value for
sessionTimeoutInSeconds is 1 second. If you need to force a new session, you can do so by changing users.
Testing session tracking
To detect sessions via your user, find your user on the dashboard and navigate to “App Usage” on the user profile. You can confirm that session tracking is working by checking that the “Sessions” metric increases when you would expect it to.