Reviewing changes to shared tags

You may want to view any changes the sharing nation has made to a tag as it will affect data in your nation.

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📌 Note: Tag sharing is available on our Enterprise plan. For more information please see our pricing page.

When profile information is synced, the receiving nation can choose to review changes to non-blank fields. When this sync option is chosen, both sending and receiving nations review data conflicts before any data is overwritten. You will be able to review changes to profiles that were matched between nations. At this time, it is not possible to resolve ambiguous matches. 

Please remember that blank fields are always filled in during a tag share with data sync, even when the receiving nation chooses to review changes. Additionally, addresses are never included in the review process and will be overwritten whenever they are updated.

The status of a tag share and synced data will be viewable in a series of boxes:




This will show if the share is approved, pending, denied, or stopped.


This number represents the number of profiles who have been matched together, but no data has been shared. In most cases, this number will be zero.

Not found
Only applies if the sharing nation did not opt to create new profiles.

This number represents any profiles that do not have a match in the receiving nation. Every day, the sending nation will check again for a match in the receiving nation to resolve the "not found" profiles.


This is the number of profiles from the sending nation that have more than one potential matching profile in the sending or receiving nation. No further action can be taken to resolve ambiguous matches.


This shows the number of profiles who were successfully synced between the two nations and did not have conflicting data

Unreviewed changes

Only actionable if the receiving nation does not select to "accept all changes."

When profiles are matched between nations and there is conflicting data between the profiles, those conflicts will require manual resolution. This is the number of matches that require review.

How do I resolve ambiguous matches?

Ambiguous matches will occur if there are conflicting sets of unique identifiers, SSO identity mappings, or phone numbers present across multiple profiles in either the sending or receiving nation. While it isn't possible to act on the ambiguous matches from within the tag share settings, if you can isolate the people who are not being shared appropriately, you can look for alternate versions of their profiles in your sharing and receiving nations. Merge any duplicates upon finding a match, and when the tag share runs again the ambiguous matches should resolve.

To review changes in the sending nation: 

Go to People > Tags > View all and click Edit next to the name of the shared tag you wish to review.

1. Go to Sharing > Shared with. Click on Edit next to the receiving nation.

2. Click on Unreviewed changes. You will see the conflicting data present in the two nations. You may also review the settings selected during the initial share including sync options, data being shared between the nations, and whether people will be created in the receiving nation if they do not currently exist. 

3. To accept a data change from the other nation check the box next to the selected field. Click Apply selected options. This will overwrite the data in your nation.

Any fields that need to be accepted by the other nation must be accepted within the receiving nation’s control panel. You can not select to overwrite another nation’s data.

You may skip certain fields by unchecking the appropriate checkboxes and clicking Skip. You can also skip whole profiles using the Skip button.

To review changes in the receiving nation: 

Go to People > Tags > View all and hover over and click Edit next to the name of the shared tag you wish to review.

Click on Unreviewed changes. Follow the same process as outlined above. Similarly, you may not overwrite the sending nation’s data from your control panel.

If conflicts are skipped or unreviewed, those fields will remain out of sync until the conflicts are resolved. Matched profiles will continue to sync, and blank fields will be filled. 

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