on March 22, 2019 • 2 minute read
Hello there, WooCommerce customers 👋
Today we’re officially announcing our integration with WooCommerce, which means you can now track and visualize all of your important online store KPIs right alongside all of your other important business KPIs–right in Databox. 🎉
There are 21 Basic WooCommerce metrics (seen below) available to track right out of the box. Basic metrics are the standard ones available through WooCommerce. While you can visualize these metrics in a variety of ways, we’ve gone ahead and pre-built 21 visualizations for these metrics, meaning all you need to do is drag-and-drop them into your dashboard in order to visualize the data.
There are 3 calculated metrics (seen below) available, too. These are custom metrics that are commonly created by WooCommerce users that we’ve created using Data Calculations. These are also available as pre-built Datablocks. No code or design skills necessary.
The quickest way for getting started, however, is by downloading this free WooCommerce template for tracking your most important store KPIs. Let me show you how to get started with it…
Getting started with a WooCommerce template
So, the quickest way to visualize your store’s performance is by downloading our free WooCommerce dashboard.
Once you download the template, you’ll be prompted to connect your WooCommerce account.
After you connect your account, watch as all of your store’s KPIs instantly visualize in your new dashboard.
How to create custom WooCommerce dashboards
Want to customize your dashboards to include metrics from different sources? Easy. Let me show you how.
In the dashboard designer, search for the WooCommerce integration on the left side menu.
Next, you’ll need to connect your WooCommerce account.
Once you’re connected, you’ll see all 21 Basic WooCommerce metrics, as well as the calculated metrics, available in the Datablock Library on the left-side menu. You can drag-and-drop any of these metrics directly into your dashboard. The visualizations propagate automatically. 😎
Drag-and-drop the desired metric anywhere you’d like in your dashboard. You can resize these Datablocks or even rearrange them once you’ve added more.
Then, your WooCommerce data will automatically populate.
Now, if you’d like to add KPIs from other tools into this dashboard in order to create a comprehensive view of marketing and sales, simply click back into the left side menu to search for the desired integrations you’d like to pull from.
In this case, I’m also pulling “Sessions” from Google Analytics so I can draw correlation between the top of our marketing funnel and the bottom of our sales funnel.
Getting started with WooCommerce + Databox
Existing users can view all of the available WooCommerce metrics here or download the shop overview dashboard here.
New to Databox? You can create a free account here.
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