Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce tracking

Nate_Racklyeft
New Member
1 0 2

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?

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Sam_Perlmutar
New Member
7 0 0

@Jordan, any luck? So far Shopify has given me very little support.

Jordan_L
Trailblazer
216 1 110

I'm in email exchange with Shopify at the moment, but they don't appear to know what's going on. 

Please others in this thread, compare your stats from Dec 1st - 31st and Jan 1st to Jan 31st and post results here. I need to know if others are having this issue as well.

Stanley_Valenti
Tourist
29 0 2

Google Analytics ecommere tracking insight into te customer's path, as Google analytics is a great to tool  for SEO advertising and raising traffic to the website. Enhance ecommerce will improve your ecommerce engagement of users, viewing your internal promotion campaign, clicking on internal promotion campaign etc. are some great way for ecommerce tracking. 

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CheshtaBose
Tourist
52 0 1

Well, Google Analytics is nothing but you can easily get the complete information about the website. In other words, we can say that you can get the traffic prospectus per day wise. By using Google Analytics, you can easily optimize and judge yourself how much link building is more needed.

http://nationkart.com/
Coby_Pfaff
New Member
2 0 1

Did you resolve this?  We are having the exact same problem. Analytics referalls are showing as coming from shopify checkout pages even though we excluded them.

Joe41
New Member
2 0 0

Have you set the referral exclusion list in Google Analytics? You need to set the primarydomain.com, checkout.shopify.com, and paypal.com in the list to ensure they don't take the referral attribution.

Hope that helps.

 

Joe41
New Member
2 0 0

Was having the same problem. Have you set the referral exclusion list in Google Analytics?

Make sure you have the following domains in your Referral Exclusion List:

  • yourwebsite.com (the primary domain of your site, you may have more than one)
  • checkout.shopify.com
  • paypal.com (if you’re using PayPal)
  • any other external payment gateways you are using.

Hope this helps.

Philipo_Del_Tom
Excursionist
12 0 5

We're also having this problem... so much annoyance

Philipo_Del_Tom
Excursionist
12 0 5

Still getting this problem, shopify isn't able to recreate it on their side...

Christen_Dybenk
Tourist
5 0 1