Activating Personyze On Your Site

Installing Personyze on your website involves two steps:

UI Path: Account Settings > General > Tracker Settings

  1. Tell Personyze the URL of all domains and sub-domains that you want to track. This can happen either when you create your account, or by going to Tracker Settings.
  2. Get one of the two Personyze tracking codes (snippets), which are unique to your account, and copy/paste them into your website, in one of two ways:tracking code

    1. Master Page Header – The code must be installed in the <head> tag of the HTML to ensure optimal performance. We recommend installing the Personyze  code as high up in the head tag as possible, generally after your <html> tag, charset declarations, and possibly other meta tags. If the code is added anywhere lower in the head tag, it will technically still work. But if the page has already loaded content that the visitor sees before the Personyze code loads, it may cause a slight delay in Personyze’s personalization changes.
    2. Tag Manager – You can use Tag Management to run our snippet or you can use our integration with Google tag manager, we recommend to set the snippet execution as soon as possible.
  3. Make sure Personyze is installed correctly by seeing the last time we have logged activity from this domain name. You can use the indicator below the domain name.

Personalizing One-page Applications

UI Path: Account Settings > General Settings > Tracker Settings

If you want to personalize a one-page application, switch the button “Single Page Application” to On, in the account Tracker settings.

In modern applications, a page URL can change without page refresh. You can choose whether you want to log this as a new page view.
New page view will check what new actions to execute, and old actions that are not matching anymore will be dismissed.



Cross-Domain Tracking

Personyze enables automatic tracking of user activities across different domains! Doing so will enable you to track the entire activity of users throughout all your domains

To learn more about cross-domain tracking visit this guide. 


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