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Verify that traffic reaches critical buy pages. Track membership purchase conversions.

Please note that this is enabled via a request to our support team. See below for details.

What does TeamUp track?

Currently, we track visits to the TeamUp widget and send events for membership purchases. 

What would this be used for?

This will enable you to verify that traffic reaches critical buy pages on the widget, as well as track conversions for purchases of memberships. You can set up goals based on these events which will then give you tracking data. If you want to track class bookings using this method then we suggest using a single class membership instead of a non-member/drop-in rate on the class itself.

For more information on how to use the events to set up conversion goals read this article.

How does it work?

To enable Google Analytics tracking, TeamUp need to set up something called "Cross Domain Tracking".

Cross Domain Tracking means that visits to the widget will show in a single Analytics account as traffic on your website.

In slightly more technical terms this means that a single session will be used for visits that span both domains.

What we need from you

The tracking is set up using the method described here.

We need 2 pieces of information from you:

  1. Property id (this will look something like UA-XXXXXXX-XX)
    Use this guide to help you find your property id.

    Tip. If you can't find a UA code in your account check out the below video.

  2. TLD for your main website i.e. goteamup.com
    Note. Top-level domain (TLD) refers to the last segment of a domain name, or the part that follows immediately after the "dot" symbol

If you are already using cross domain tracking we would also need any other domains you are tracking to link it all together. 

Once you have your property id and TLD please email support@goteamup.com including this info.

📢  Google recently announced that Google Analytics 4 will replace Google Universal Analytics. At this time, we only support Google Universal Analytics.

We plan to support Google Analytics 4 in the future, but if this is something you'd like to see on TeamUp as soon as possible, please click here to vote this request up in our feedback portal. When the feature is updated, you'll receive an email to let you know.

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