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How to configure HumCommerce Magento 2 extension

How to configure HumCommerce Magento 2 plugin

HumCommerce Magento 2 extension allows you to add the e-commerce tracking code to your Magento 2 store easily.

You’ve downloaded and installed the HumCommerce Magento 2 extension. Now let’s configure the extension to start e-commerce tracking on your Magento 2 store.

Overview:

Step 1: Login to Magento 2 admin panel

Step 2 & 3: Go to HumDash API configuration settings

Step 4: Add tracking information

Step 5: Save the Configuration

Step 6 & 7: Flush Magento Cache

 

To configure HumCommerce Magento 2 extension, you need to follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Login to Magento 2 admin panel

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Step 2: Go to Stores => Configurations (under Settings)

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Step 3: Expand the Sales tab from the left sidebar and click on HumDash API.

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Step 4: Fill in the following details in Tracking API:

Tracking-API-Settings

1. Enable Tracking: Select “Yes” to enable HumCommerce tracking of your Magento 2 website.

2. Site ID: Put the site id number of the site you want to track. The site id number is listed under Settings/Website/Manage in your HumDash administration panel.

Quick Tip: You can set this setting for one website at a time. If you want to track multiple websites, select the website from the top left corner and configure HumDash extension for that website.

Select-Store-View

Example: If you’ve added three websites in your HumCommerce panel.

ID: 1       URL: www.example-1.com

ID: 2       URL: www.example-2.com

ID: 3       URL: www.example-3.com

If you want to track “www.example-1.com” then you’ll select example-1 website from the top left corner of the Configuration page. Then go to the HumDash API and write site id as “1”.

Similarly, for “www.example-2.com” the site id will be “2” and for “www.example-3.com” the site id will be “3”.

3. Enable User ID Tracking:

  • No – Use this option when you do not want to track logged in users or their Ids.
  • Yes (Customer Entity ID) – Use this option when you want to track logged in customer’s activities on the site and other data with ID. Example – 5.
  • Yes (Customer E-mail) – Use this option when you want to track logged in customer’s activities on the site and other data with their email. Example – mike@yourstore.com.

Step 5: Once you’ve filled in the required details, click on the Save Config button.

You’ll be prompted to refresh invalidated cache types by a system pop-up message.

Step 6: Click on Cache Management in the prompt message.

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Step 7: Click on Flush Magento Cache.

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You’ll see the following message: “The Magento cache storage has been flushed

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The HumCommerce Magento 2 extension configuration is now complete and tracking is active on your Magento 2 e-commerce website.

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