To track and analyze the operation of your app, SHOPLINE will need to collect data from your app. By adding SHOPLINE to your Firebase account to conduct data analysis, you can better understand the operation of your app.
This article will cover the following:
1. Create a Firebase project
Go to Firebase Console with your Google Play Developer account and click Create a project.
Enter your project name and click Continue.
*Note: It is recommended that you title the project with YOUR app name instead of SHOPLINE's feature name.
Switch on the "Enable Google Analytics for this project" toggle to link your app with your current Google Analytics account, and click Continue.
Select a Google Analytics account and an established GA4 resource; if there is no GA4 resource, you can select to create a new resource.
2. Authorize SHOPLINE Firebase project management permissions
On the main project dashboard, click the "Gear" icon next to "Project Overview" at the upper left and select Users and permissions.
Click on the Add member button.
Invite firstname.lastname@example.org and assign SHOPLINE as the "Owner." Upon completion, click Done to proceed.
Once you have finished the steps above, proceed to SHOPLINE Admin > [Mobile App Management] > [App Publish Settings] > Developer account authorization and click Edit.
Upon entering the page, fill in your "Firebase Project Name" and "Firebase project ID" (see below). Once completed, click the Save button at the bottom of the page.
🔔 Reminder: You can find your Firebase Project Name and Project ID by navigating to Firebase Console > [Project Overview] > [Project settings] > Your project.