- nelsonaponteAsked on May 27, 2015 at 09:03 AM
We sell some products online thanks to the Payment Tool along with PayPal. We have created a Thank You page in our site and redirect our customers to the Custom URL. We're tracking our website performance by means of Google Analytics and we identified that the number of orders we get doesn't match the number of times the Thank Your page is visited. At first we thought there was a problem with the configuration of the Goals in Google Analytics, or the placement/loading of the snippet in the website, but recently we found out that when the payment is made thru PayPal, after the transaction is successfully completed, there is a link which the customer should click to be redirected to the Thank You page.
How can we skip this and force the redirection?Page URL:
- BorisAnswered on May 27, 2015 at 09:22 AM
I am sorry, but there is no way to force PayPal to redirect users to a page automatically.
This is by design of PayPal. We can only make a suggestion to where the users should go next upon completing their purchase on PayPal. We provide your thank you page as this suggested page, but it is entirely up to PayPal users to follow the link or not.
If it is form analytics that you are looking for, please note that you can see the analytics regarding how users are interacting with your forms by using our Form Analytics tool.
You can read more about it here: Introducing-Form-Analytics
Please let us know if have further questions regarding this, or kindly open a new thread for any other questions you may have, we will be happy to help.
- nelsonaponteAnswered on May 27, 2015 at 09:29 AM
Thanks for your prompt reply Boris. We're also checking with PayPal.
Regarding Analytics, we're more interested in the eCommerce revenue tracking. As we sell products thanks to the form, we would like to know the revenue of each product, etc.
Is there any way for doing that?
- BorisAnswered on May 27, 2015 at 10:07 AM
I have taken a look into this, though I must admit that I'm not very familiar with eCommerce in Google Analytics.
We do have a Google Analytics widget, but one of our customers mentioned that it didn't do all the eCommerce tracking that they wanted it to. Can you please check if this widget does what you are looking for? (How-to-Add-a-Widget-to-your-Form)
We have a list of our tracking widgets available, here: http://widgets.jotform.com/search/tracking
Could you kindly let us know if the Google Analytics widget is able to collect the data that you are looking for, or if one of our remaining widgets can suffice as a substitute.
I hope this helps.