Analytics for WooCommerce is a very useful plugin which allows you to use Google Analytics for your WooCommerce store. It utilizes the enhanced E-commerce feature of Google Analytics and tracks users real-time information from product view to order received.
Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t need to leave your web browser.
- Download the zip folder of the plugin Analytics for WooCommerce.
- Once downloaded install the plugin through browsing and activate it.
Manual installation of the plugin is another option to install the plugin in the sellers WordPress-environment. The manual installation method involves downloading our Analytics for WooCommerce and uploading it to the web server via their favorite FTP application. The steps for manual installation are as follows:
- Upload the Analytics for WooCommerce folder to the /WP-content/plugins/ directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
After successful installation of the plugin. Navigate to the dashboard and click on the Analytics under the WooCommerce section. Here you can see the plugin Setting.
- Google Analytics ID: Enter your Google Analytics ID. To get Id click here.
- Add Global Tracking Code: Enable/Disable the Global Tracking Code. To get the tracking code click here.
- Enable Enhanced E-commerce Tracking: Enable/Disable Enhanced E-commerce Tracking. To get an enhanced e-commerce tracking code click here.
- Enable I.P Anonymization: Enable/Disable I.P Anonymization. To get the I.P Anonymization click here.
- Disable Tracking For User Roles: Here you can disable the tracking for the selected user role.
- Access Data Studio Reports: Steps to access data studio reports.
4.How to Get Google Analytics ID
Go to your Google Analytics dashboard, Click on setting icon present at the bottom left of the panel. It will re-direct you to the admin section of the dashboard.
Click on ‘Tracking Info’ under the Property Settings tab. You will get the option for Tacking Code. Here Click on Tracking Code you will get your Google Analytics Tracking ID on the next screen.
5.How to Add Global Tracking Code
Go to your Google Analytics dashboard, click on setting icon present at the bottom left of the panel. It will redirect you to the admin section of the dashboard.
Click on ‘Tracking Info’ under ‘Property Setting’ tab. Here you will get the option for the Tracking Code. Click on that You will get your Google Analytics Website Tracking Code on the next screen.
6.How to Enable Enhanced E-commerce Tracking
Click on ‘Ecommerce Settings’ present in the view tab. You will get the option to Enable Enhanced Ecommerce Reporting there to turn it on and you are all set.
7.How to Setup Checkout Funnel Steps
Go to your Google Analytics dashboard click on setting icon present at the bottom left of the panel. It will redirect you to the admin section of the dashboard.
8.How to Enable I.P. Anoymization
When a customer of Analytics requests IP address anonymization, Analytics anonymizes the address as soon as technically feasible at the earliest possible stage of the collection network. The IP anonymization feature in Analytics sets the last octet of IPv4 user IP addresses and the last 80 bits of IPv6 addresses to zeros in memory shortly after being sent to the Analytics Collection Network. The full IP address is never written to disk in this case.
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9.Data Studio Reports
To access report first you need to enter the Data Studio Template URL and then click on save the settings. To get the Steps of how to take the URL of Data Studio Template Click Here.
After saving the setting you can see the report on the dashboard in selected template.
10.Steps to Access Data Studio Reports
Step 1. Login with Your Google Analytics Account: First you will need to login to your Google Analytics Account.
Step 2. Access the Template Provided in the Plugin: Now you will click on the given link ‘Get MWB Demo Report’.
Step 3. Create a Copy of Template: Click on ‘Make a copy of this report’ from the menu bar.
Step 4. Select Data Source: Now a pop-up will appear, here select your data source which you want to access and click on ‘Create Report’.
Step 5. Edit the Template if You Want: Now you will able to see all the respective data of your report. You can use it as it is or you can also edit it by clicking on the ‘Edit’ from the menu bar.
Here you can also rename your report with the required changes.
Step 6. Get Embed URL: To access the template within your WordPress dashboard. Click on <> option from the menu bar.
Step 7. Tick on the ‘ Embed URL’ option and copy URL.
Step 8. Paste embed URL into the provided text field.
Step 9. And the last click on the Save Settings.