Note - to make use of Google Analytics and Cross-Domain Linking, you must already have a Google Analytics account, and your own website must be configured to use Google Analytics.

To enable Google Analytics (GA) cross-domain linking, navigate to Registration > Configuration, and click on the Integration tab. You'll see a section with the Google Analytics logo, and a couple of fields (GA Property ID and GA Configuration), which you will need to populate (see below):

GA Property ID

Your GA Property ID is the code which Google Analytics will use to track users across your website and Jomablue's Registration Sites. If you are using Cross-Domain Linking, you should use your own website's GA Property ID (if you need help obtaining this, contact your website administrator).

Once you have your GA Property ID, enter it into the GA Property ID field.

GA Configuration

In the GA Configuration field, you'll create "linkers", which are what Google Analytics will use to link your website to Jomablue Registration Sites. Linkers are configured using a JSON object, and will look like this:

{
"linkers": [
"domain1.com",
"domain2.com"
]
}

Here, the websites "domain1.com" and "domain2.com" are linked together with Cross-Domain Linking. To use this with Jomablue Registration, enter your own website as the first domain and your Jomablue instance as the second domain (see below):

{
"linkers": [
"yourWebsite.com",
"yourInstance.jomablue.com"
]
}

Once this has been configured, visitors to "yourWebsite.com" and "yourInstance.jomablue.com" will be treated as the same user by Google Analytics.

Note - you will only be able to save your GA Configuration setup if the contents of the field is valid JSON. If you need help with validating JSON, you can find a tool to validate it for you here.

Updated for Jomablue 6.1 onwards

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