Google Analytics Setup


If you want more detailed analytics of the store, We recommend you use Google Analytics. Please refer to this link for more information.


1. Setting Steps

Step 1. Go to Google Analytics

Sign in to your Google Account and visit Google Analytics. Since you have never set up Google Analytics before, you'll be asked to sign up for one. Please click "Set up for free".EN_Step0.png 

Step 2. Create an account

1. Account setup

  • Account name: Fill in your company name and click "Next".



2. Property setup

  • Property name: Fill in your shop name.
  • Reporting Time Zone: Select the region where you at.
  • Currency: Select the currency that your store has selected.



3. Advanced options

  • Website URL: Fill in your shop's custom domain URL.
  • Select "Create a Universal Analytics property only."



4. About your business

Select and check all the information according to your shop. Then click Create.




Step 3. Accept Google Analytics Agreement

  • Change the Country/Region to your desired location
  • Check two columns "I also accept the Data Processing Terms as required by GDPR." and "I accept the Measurement Controller-Controller Data Protection Terms for the data that I share with Google."
  • Click I Accept.



Step 4. Copy and paste the tracking ID

On the following page, copy the tracking ID as shown in the picture.EN_Step5.png


Go back to your shop admin panel. Go into "Marketing & Tracker" > "Tracker Setting" and choose "Google Analytics."EN_Step6.png

Just paste the tracking code in the input box below, and you're all set up!EN_Step7.png

Note: Google Analytics starts collecting data after the setup is complete, and the data will not be updated immediately. It is conservatively estimated that approximately 24-48 hours of data will be fully displayed in Google Analytics.

After installing Google Analytics, you can install Tag Assistant (Chrome plugin) separately to check if your GA is installed and working. Click to install Chrome extension: Tag assistant

We recommend that you continue following the "related feature setup" to complete the basic analysis settings of Google Analytics.



2. Related feature setup

A. Ecommerce

If you want even more advanced e-commerce analytics information, you can follow this tutorial to activate GA's e-commerce function. Please note that this function is for advanced plan and upper plan users only.


B. User ID

If you are looking for "How to set up User-ID in Google Analytics", you may refer at here.


C. Referral Exclusion List

Google Analytics will use the final referral website as the referral for the order, so if the third-party payment and logistics service URL is redirected during the checkout process, the source medium will be washed out. The way to exclude sources is "Admin" >> "Property" >> "Tracking Info" >> "Referral  Exclusion List" to exclude customers who automatically jump to the third-parties page(payment and logistics) during checkout. 


Depending on which of the following services you have, add URLs for exclusion by clicking "ADD REFERRAL EXCLUSION"

a. If there is an integrated store pickup service, please exclude the following URLs according to the service you use:

  • 7-11:
  • FamilyMart:

b. If you use an integrated payment service provider, please exclude the following URLs according to the services you use:

  • Taishin Bank:、 
  • Bank SinoPac:、、 
  • LINE Pay:
  • EcPay:
  • Stripe:
  • Razer Merchant Services:
  • JKOPay:



D. Track "Site Search"

"Admin" >> "View" >> "View Settings" turn on "Site search tracking", and fill in "query" in the column to complete the settings.






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