This plugin enables Woopra to build a comprehensive, real-time profile and timeline for every visitor. Tracking users from anonymous visitor, to converted unique customer, and use Woopra’s analytics reports to understand their behavior.
- Prepare Magento
- By disabling Compilation: System > Tools > Compilation
- and Flushing the Magento cache:
System > Cache Management > Flush Magento Cache, and refreshing all caches.
- Within the Administration panel go to: System > Magento Connect > Magento Connect Manager.
- Log in to the Magento Connect Manager with a user that has Administration Credentials with full permissions.
- Under Install New Extensions, paste the following extension key into step 2 and then click Install:
- You will be prompted to confirm the Woopra extension, click Proceed to start installation.
- Once installation is complete you will see an installation log
- Return to the Magento Administration and log out and then log in to set the new administration privileges for all administrator accounts. Note: If you do not log out and attempt to open the Woopra configuration you will see a 404 Page not found error.
Configuration within Magento Admin
- Enable the Woopra Module within Magento: Go to Admin > System > Configuration > Woopra > Woopra Analytics > Enable Module
- Basic configuration:
- Enable Module: Enable or disable the Woopra module. (Note: This MUST be Enabled for tracking to work properly.)
- Hostname: Enter hostname to track (ie: example.com).
Configuration in Woopra
- In the bottom left of the window click on the Setup Icon. In the setup window click on the Schema Button.
- On the right hand side click the Gear Icon and then Import Schema.
- Browse to the extension folder and click on the schemata.json file. (Download the file here)