Good tracking is crucial to success with Woopra. And a good understanding of the concepts outlined in this section is key to implementing good tracking. Woopra gives you power over your data, but the keyword here is "your." You must get the data into Woopra, one way or another, for Woopra to be of value to you.
From a technical standpoint, Woopra is a system for gathering, storing, analyzing, and acting on visitor event data. A visitor is a customer or potential customer who interacts with your website, app, sales team, or any other touchpoints your business has.
The first step in setting up your Woopra instance is to implement your own custom tracking, and thereby the "gathering" part of your Woopra data pipeline.
The Snippet is a small function placed on your webpage or app to initialize the Woopra tracking object and to asynchronously load the Woopra tracker code. It's typically placed in the of your document. It's important to keep in mind that the Woopra tracking code runs asynchronously. This means that Woopra will load in the background while your page elements load, therefore it will not slow down the performance of your website or application.
The Snippet also defines the tracker's methods so that you can immediately set the configuration and call
identify(), and it will queue those calls and run them when the tracker loads. Please see our technical getting started page for more information.
Where to find your Snippet
Click here to start a quick guide to show you where to find your snippet.
To find your snippet, you can also navigate to the configure tab and click snippets:
After installing the basic Woopra Snippet, Woopra will automatically track visitor data such as pageviews, IP address, location and even campaign source. The next sections will cover custom actions and visitor data. Please see our technical documentation on tracking custom actions and visitor data.
Updated almost 2 years ago