If you use Google Analytics on your website to track visitors, you can make use of the Checkfront Google Analytics add-on, gaining better insight into your e-commerce tracking statistics.
E-commerce tracking allows you to keep tabs on your website conversion rate, top performing referrals, days to purchase and several other important metrics.
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|This guide assumes you already have Google Analytics setup and configured on your website. Checkfront makes use of the Asynchronous (vs the legacy mode) of Google Analytics tracking code. It's important your site also uses this.|
With that said, please follow the steps below to enable e-commerce tracking in your Google Analytics account.
Steps to Enable E-Commerce Tracking in Google Analytics:
The Enhanced Ecommerce Settings are not currently supported by Checkfront, so you can leave that turned off.
New Google Analytics accounts will be automatically configured to use Universal Analytics. If you are using a legacy version of Google Analytics, you may want to upgrade to the newer version of your Analytics dashboard. When in the Admin menu, look in the Property column for a Universal Analytics link. If you have a newer account, you will not see such a link, but if it's there, click on it to make the upgrade.