A Guide to Unito's Facebook Ads Integration

Ready to start syncing data from Facebook Ads? Here's everything you need to know.

In this Facebook Ads integration article:

Unito syncs your Facebook Ads data to other apps and tools automatically. All you have to do is create a flow that turns your reports into tasks, spreadsheet rows, tickets, or another work item.

Note: Our Facebook Ads integration is currently a Lite connector, which means it doesn't yet offer the full functionality of our other integrations. We'll be adding new features and functionality over the next few months based on demand.

What does Unito sync from Facebook Ads?

Unito syncs data from your Facebook Ad account to other tools. You can use this integration to track and report on the performance of your ad campaigns in spreadsheets and other tools.

Which Facebook Ads fields sync with Unito?

You can sync all fields available through the Facebook API. Additionally, you can build rules using any choice-type field, filtering by individual choices in these fields.

You can also use rules to choose how many rows you want to sync to other tools and how many a user in your workspace can edit.

Other things to keep in mind

When setting up a Unito flow, you need to pick a block of work (Account) and work item (Reports Row). For Facebook Ads, you’ll need to select a few more things before you can start building your flow:
  • Level: Campaign, Ad Set, or Ad granularity 
  • Breakdown (optional)
  • Fields: Select the dimensions (eg. Campaign name and status) and metrics (Clicks and CTR) you want to sync
  • Data range: Select between pre-set options or a custom range

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Limitations of this integration

Since this is one of our Lite integrations, you won't be able to do everything with Facebook Ads that a full Unito integration can.

  • One-way integration: Two-way syncing isn't currently supported with this integration. Data can only be synced from Facebook Ads to other tools.
  • Live sync: Due to limitations in the Facebook Ads API, there can be a bit of a delay in sending information over once created in Facebook Ads.