Account: A billing account. Used to purchase credits to create codes.
Code: An 11 or 12 character identifier created for an advertising asset. A code begins with a 4-character prefix (see definition below).
Code Record Type: Indicates whether the advertising asset is an original or derivative of another advertising asset it is related to. For example, a derivative may be a revision of the original asset.
Credits: The Ad-ID system refers to credits when making a purchase. 1 credit = $1
Dashboard: Acts like a homepage and shows up to 100 most recently created codes across all groups you have access to. You can also find a list of prefixes and accounts, as well as access hidden groups.
Group: Used as a security mechanism and act as a container for prefixes, accounts, codes and users.
Hidden Group: A group that is no longer being used by your company. Groups are usually hidden for clients your company no longer works with.
Locked Account/Prefix: Can only be used for the advertiser associated to them.
Metadata: Additional information used to describe an Ad-ID. When creating or viewing a code record, there are additional tabs on the left side that include optional metadata fields. See Ad-ID Field Descriptions for more details.
Overflow: Characters 9 through 11 of an Ad-ID code for all formats except for Custom 7. The overflow characters are automatically assigned by the Ad-ID system using alpha-numeric characters and cannot be customized.
Parent Company: The company that is considered the owner of another company. It is possible a company is its own parent company. When activating a locked prefix, the parent company is required and refers to the Advertiser. An advertising agency is not considered a parent company for their clients.
Prefix: A 4 character identifier licensed to a company and used at the beginning of each Ad-ID code. Prefixes may contain letters and/or numbers, but they cannot start with zero.
Slate: Includes all of the required and optional fields for creating your Ad-ID code.
User: Someone who has access to the Ad-ID system. There are 4 user permissions: Administrator, User, Edit and Read Only.