Didomi allows you to update your Sendinblue contact attributes with the preferences collected through your preference management platform (PMP).



Didomi connects to Sendinblue on your behalf through API calls using an API key. Therefore, every time preferences are collected using the Didomi Platform, it triggers an event that updates the attributes of your Sendinblue profiles. You can use the Didomi user's property organization_user_id to identify and link your profiles on both platforms.


  • Upsert mode: You can choose allowing Didomi to create contacts on Sendinblue, by setting upsert_mode to true. Otherwise, when a consent is collected but the organization_user_id value does not match with any contact in Sendinblue, the consent update will not be propagated to Sendinblue.

  • Bidirectional flow: Please note that the bidirectional flow is not supported at the moment.


Didomi uses the entity contact of Sendinblue and sends the attributes property when updating a contact, hence consent events are mapped to the contact attributes.

You may also use a consent event to add or remove a contact to/from your Sendinblue blacklist. To do so, in the properties object you need use the id EMAIL_CAMPAIGNS_SUBSCRIBED and map it with a purpose or a preference value from your PMP.


Didomi needs the following configuration items to set up the connection with Sendinblue:



API key of your Sendinblue to connect to the Sendinblue API


List Id

When the Upsert mode is enabled, you can provide a list id where the new contacts will be created.


Upsert mode

By setting upsert_mode to true you allow Didomi to create contacts on Sendinblue.

No Default value = false


List of properties to match between Didomi and Sendinblue



    "upsert_mode": true,
    "config": {
        "api_key": "api_key",
	"properties": [{
	    "value": "consents_purposes_newsletter_enabled"

The configuration of the Sendinblue integration can be done in the Didomi Console. First please reach out to to get the integration's premium feature activated.

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