Attribution Reporting: experiment and participate
The Privacy Sandbox Relevance and Measurement origin trial ended September 20, 2023 and the APIs are now available for 99% of Chrome users, and origin trial enrollment is now closed. To keep abreast of the percentage of users each API is enabled for, refer to the Chrome status graphs.
Learn why we shipped the Attribution Reporting API.
Try the API
- Try the demo.
- Check the API status to learn about ways you can experiment with the API today.
- Experiment with the API.
- To experiment with the API, follow these guides:
- Experiment with summary reports.
To ask a question about your implementation, about the demo, or about the documentation:
- Open a new issue on the privacy-sandbox-dev-support repository. Make sure to select the issue template Attribution Reporting.
- Or join the Attribution Reporting mailing list for developers and ask there.
If you notice any unexpected behavior:
To ask more general questions on how to cover your use cases with the API, see Discuss the API.
Join the discussion
Everyone is welcome to join the discussion. In particular, if you're experimenting with the API, your feedback is essential.
Discuss the API
Like other Privacy Sandbox APIs, this API is documented and discussed publicly on GitHub. Read about the API.
- Join the conversation on existing issues.
- Open a new Issue to ask a question, propose a feature, or discuss a use case. Unsure how to formulate your issue? Review this example.
- Join the bi-weekly meetings (every second week). Everyone is welcome to join. To participate, first you must join the WICG. You can actively participate or just listen in!
Discuss related topics
- Discuss industry use cases in the Private Advertising Technology Community Group or in the Improving Web Advertising Business Group.
- Discuss the WebKit/Safari Measurement API in the Privacy Community Group.
- To be notified of status changes in the API, join the mailing list for developers.
- To closely follow all ongoing discussions on the API, click the Watch button on GitHub. This requires you to have or create a GitHub account.
- To get overall updates on the Privacy Sandbox, subscribe to the RSS feed Progress in the Privacy Sandbox.