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Blog from September, 2019

The Webtrekk Dashboard as a central overview of your data gets a useful extension with this release: You can embed Google documents via iFrames in a dynamic box using embed code and thus display them within the Dashboard.

Direct integration of external documents or data is usually beneficial if you are in constant contact with external communication partners who do not have access to your Webtrekk account. For example, you can include relevant documents from the agency responsible for your website in your Dashboard to keep track of the latest logs and news. This information, combined with Webtrekk Analytics, can give you insight into specific trends in website traffic, for example.

Example: Webtrekk Dashboard with embedded Google document


The iFrames are embedded in the edit mode of the report element "Dynamic Box." As a source code, enter the iFrame source code of the desired Google document. By defining the height and width of the element, you can configure the size of the iFrame to suit your needs.

Example iFrame Source Code

<div><iframe src="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/<EXAMPLE FILE>" width="100%" height="1080px">
</iframe></div>


Release date: September 26, 2019

With this release, you get an optimized user management in your Webtrekk Suite.

Example: User Management in the Webtrekk Suite


We've redesigned the User Experience to allow you to intuitively and quickly create, manage, and modify users, roles, categories, and filters.

Example: The new design and revised structure of the user interface


For example, it is now possible to reset a user's password directly from the user overview. For each user entry, there is the corresponding editing option "Reset user password."

Action button "Reset user password"



Release date: September 12, 2019

Today we have released a new pixel version with which you can optimize your tracking. The new pixel version 5.1.1 and 4.4.7 include the new feature "Web to App tracking."

Web to App Tracking is relevant if you want to track web views in your app using the Webtrekk Pixel.

This function enables synchronous sending of requests to Webtrekk when your users open Web content directly in the app. Only in this way can the analysis data be evaluated correctly. An example of this is the display of visits to previous or subsequent pages in chronological order. This also helps to ensure that the correct user path is displayed in the path analysis and that the customer journey is evaluated correctly.

Documentation: Web to App Tracking

Documentation: Webtrekk Smart Pixel

Download the pixel


Release date: September 11, 2019

The following fields have been added to the Webtrekk Data Streams:

Basic Information

  • Referrer URL
  • Request URL
  • Tracking URL query string


Page Information

  • Page order


Form Information

  • Form submitted


Device

  • Device Ever ID


Please read more about these fields our technical documentation:

Documentation: Data Streams - Record Contents


Release date: September 03, 2019