for WordPress and WooCommerce
WooCommerce Tracking module tracks users’ actions on WooCommerce stores and sends them to all compatible tracking tools, e.g. Google Analytics or Meta Pixel.
What WooCommerce events and data are tracked?
WooCommerce tracking module can track actions in default WooCommerce elements and some Gutenberg blocks. The module tracks:
- adding products to cart
- removing products from cart
- adding products to a wishlist
- viewing product details pages
- viewing product lists (categories, similar products, often bought together, etc.)
The module also tracks products that take part in the events. For example, when a visitor adds a product to cart, WooCommerce Tracking module will track this event and get the information on what specific product was added.
Attention. Support for WooCommerce Gutenberg blocks is limited. At the moment this module does not track user actions performed on Gutenberg’s Cart block, Checkout block, All Products block and Featured Products block.
WooCommerce Tracking module is compatible with the following tracking modules:
- Google Analytics
- Meta Pixel
- Crazy Egg
- Linkedin Insight Tag
- Microsoft Advertising
- Microsoft Clarity
- Pinterest Ads
- Plausible Analytics
- TikTok Pixel
- X Ads (previously Twitter Ads)
- and Google Tag Manager
Please read the descriptions of these modules to learn what WooCommerce events they can process (not all tracking tools can process information about every tracked action).