'Thank You' page URL for Google Analytics funnel

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I don't think this works with shopify domain checkout because your Google pixel won't be present, what needs to be done is to redirect to a thank you page within your (domain) website

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The template I provided over one year ago still works. If you're using the Shopify Buy Button, I suggest you remove all the funnel steps and just use the final destination URL that is provided.

If you don't understand regex, then a simple solution is to set the destination URL equals to:

/checkout/thank_you

 

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Hi Joshua, 

I'm not using shopify plus and my URL also looks like this: 

.../checkouts/.../thank_you

No problem to target this with a regex, but still when I set up the funnel using urls like "/checkout/customer_information", "/checkout/shipping", and "/checkout/payment" nothing appears.

The reason I think is simple: when querying my pageviews for  "/checkout/customer_information" or even "customer_information", from the pages report for example, I don't have any pageviews. I can only see pageviews for the thank_you page, the rest is not available (shows 0).

Is the checkout data restricted since I'm not using Shopify Plus? 

Thanks for your advice, 
Bruno

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Hi Joshua,

I'm really sorry if this question has been asked before....we're using a 3rd party payment gateway here in Malaysia and I realise that the return URL from the payment gateway wasn't been included when shopify and the payment gateway was being setup. Which means that customers weren't going to a thank you page AFTER the payment has been made via that gateway.

I now need to give the return URL (thank you page?) to the gateway so that customers are taken to our store's thank you and confirmation page after their purchase. Reading the thread above, could I confirm that this is the URL it's supposed to be? 

https://www.thestraitsfinery.com/checkout/thank_you

Thanks a million!

Chern

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now we are in 2019, so let us know is any update to convert the Legacy checkout into responsive Checkout.

or any other way?

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No, nothing is different.

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I'm looking at an example order confirmation page, and I don't see any "thankyou" anywhere. Seems like the entire URL string is unique (except for my store ID).

 

For example, my order confirmation/thank you page looks something like this:

 

https://www.storename.com/2799304817/orders/a17c8fc24a8f60baa791899cd81f62d1

 

So how do I translate this into a Google Analytics trigger so that I can track a purchase when a customer hits the "Thank you" page?

 

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Hi I would also like to know how to do this. A step by step guide would be ideal, in plain sight, being as we subscribe to shopify, and it is essential that is able to be integrated with Google ads - probably the most popular advertising method for every shopify store in the world. 

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Refer to my tutorial as suggested. It is a plain step-by-step guide.

I've brought this up many times. It doesn't matter what URL you see in the browser. This is not necessarily the data that gets sent to Google Analytics. Shopify sends its own page URL data.

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