We are migrating from traditional e-commerce tracking on GA to the new "Enhanced Ecommerce" tracking.
Google's documentation (https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/enhanced-ecommerce#migratio...) states that "The Enhanced Ecommerce plug-in should not be used alongside the Ecommerce (ecommerce.js) plug-in for the same property."
According to http://docs.shopify.com/manual/settings/general/google-analytics#ecommerce-tracking, the standard Ecommerce calls are made automatically during checkout.
To fulfill the requirements, we'd like to disable those automatic calls made by the shopify platform. Has anybody been able to do this?
Still looking for Shopify to respond to this. Been a Google feature for a while and I would like to take advantage of it for tracking and adword CPA optimizations.
Enhanced Ecommerce is currently a beta feature in Google Analytics, and so we are looking to support this once it is officially out of beta. I will update this thread once that happens, or if we do enable this prior to the end of beta.
We are having a webinar on Enhanced Ecommerce Tomorrow (9th Sept. 11:00 AM PT/ 2 PM ET) and I am extremely happy to invite you.
Webinar will be presented by Mike Kwong & Snehal Thakkar of Google. Both the Speakers are the driving force behind the development of Enhanced Ecommerce.
We are going to cover:
You can register here - http://tatvic.com/webinar/enhanced-ecommerce
See you at the Webinar!
@Joel - Nope its still in beta!
Let me know if you need any professional help in implementing it.
Me neither. I don't understand why Shopify won't support it. It's not likely that Google is going to decide that it was a silly idea to try to track additional eommerce information like when a customer adds an item to their cart, and remove the feature.
No, they're moving in this direction and using the additional information for optimizing things like adwords. So IMHO, for those spending money on inbound marketing it's extremely important that this gets done.