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Locate: Manage > Integrations > Conversion > Google Analytics
- Admin permissions to manage integrations.
- Google Analytics is available to those using items (Inventory > Items), a feature of our classic version of Checkfront.
- Interested in using Google Analytics with products (Inventory > Products)? Your account must be a member of our Early Access Program. Please reach out to Checkfront Technical Support to learn more.
Early Access Program
Find our complete set of help articles related to the Early Access Program here: Early Access Program.
In the previous article in this series - Google Analytics: Setup in Google, we reviewed setting up your Google Analytics account for E-commerce Tracking and made note of your Tracking ID.
In this article, we cover setting up Google Analytics in Checkfront, so get ready to use that Tracking ID!
Google Analytics Setup in Checkfront
To set up Google Analytics for your Checkfront account, follow these steps.
- Go to Integrations under the Manage menu in your top navigation menu.
- Search for Google Analytics. It is listed under Conversion.
- Hover over the Integration's tile and click it to initiate the Setup modal.
- Copy and paste your Tracking ID into the Google Analytics ID field.
- Keep the Enable Universal Analytics setting selected. Universal Analytics is now the operating standard for Google Analytics.
- Click Activate to enable the Integration.
|Interested in Cross-domain tracking (measurement)? Please see the next article in this series - Google Analytics: Cross Domain Tracking.|
Reporting in Google AnalyticsBack to top
It may take up to 24 hours after the first booking for tracking data to appear in your Google Analytics reports. Reporting is shown in the E-commerce section of Google Analytics. Your Checkfront inventory is represented as products and your bookings as transactions.
Are conversions not showing up in Google Analytics?
No personally identifiable information on your Customers is sent to Google. Google Analytics reporting should be used as a guide, but should not be relied upon as accurate financial reporting or accounting.
Only bookings made by your Customers from your website are included in these reports, not bookings made from within Checkfront.