Step 1 Add permission for Omnia mcc account - firstname.lastname@example.org
The first step is permitting the Omnia agent account Read and Analyze rights Google Analytics. In Google Analytics, go to Admin (the gear wheel in the bottom-left corner) and click on ‘User Management’ below ‘Account’. The screen above will appear. Here you can give permission for Omnia MCC (agent) account email@example.com
Step 2 - Add the Analytics API in Omnia
Go to configure shop in the Connect section of Omnia. Now select Configure APIs to connect the Google Analytics data. After clicking on Configure APIs you can click on the connect button or click on the + button in the lower right corner.
Now select Google Analytics.
Step 3 - Configure Analytics API
Now you will see the screen below.
Below ‘Level’, choose ‘Agent’.
In the box below Profile Id, supply the correct View ID, preceded by ‘ga:’, like above. You can find the View ID in Google Analytics in the Admin section. There, on the right side of the page, choose the correct view, click ‘View settings’ and on the top of the page there will be the ‘View ID’.
If you are NOT using Enhanced Ecommerce, then the setup is now done, and you can click ‘SAVE’ to finalize the API connection. In this case, you just have to make sure that the correct deep links are supplied to Omnia since they are used to retrieve the PDP view data.
If you ARE using Enhanced Ecommerce, then you can check the ‘Enhanced Ecommerce’ box above, and choose the field from the Import Mapping that matches the ‘SKU’ in Analytics. If you are not sure what the ‘SKU’ is in Analytics, in Analytics go to Conversions > Ecommerce > Product Performance, and choose ‘Product SKU’ as the Primary Dimension.
Finally, click ‘SAVE’ to save the API connection.
The PDP view data should now be loaded into Omnia. You can check whether this is the case in 2 days (it takes two days to get the data), by going to the Performance screen and plotting the ‘Unique product page views’.