The plugin registers all the actions made by the users on your site, such as the visits to the pages, searches, products added to cart and purchases.
Regardless of the fact that the users are logged or not, the plugin will register all their actions on your site.
The sessions about users registered to the site with the “Customer” role are available in the section:
“Customer History -> Users -> Customers”.
You can check the sessions about users with a different role in:
“Customer History -> Users -> Other Users” and Guest Users.
The general screen of the plugin allows having an overview of all the users logged to the shop, showing the following information:
- total orders
- number of orders with a “pending” status
- number of orders with a “refunded” status
- order average amount
- total amount of the registered orders
Click on the user to access the details of his/her activities in your shop.
The plugin offers the possibility to view the list of orders made by the customer directly from the order details page in WooCommerce > Orders.
All the actions made on the site by logged users are saved in Customer History -> Sessions.
A new record will be recorded in the tab whenever a logged user makes one of the following actions:
- a page of the site has been visited
- a product has been added to the cart
- the order has been completed
- one or more words for the search have been inserted in one of the site search forms
- IP address used by the user to do the operation
- Referer URL
By default, the administrators’ sessions aren’t saved in the tab.
If you want them to be saved, all you have to do is set to “yes” the value of the “Save “admin” sessions” in “Customer History -> Settings” option.
If you want to record also the sessions generated by the BOT (such as the Google ones), you need to enable “Show BOT sessions” from the plugin settings dashboard.
All the search keys typed by the users, logged or not, within the search forms available on your site are registered in “Customer History -> Searches”.
In the tab Dashboard, you will have an overview of the top pages, top searches, and top customers.
Moreover, you can trace the number of visits for each site page recorded back in “Customer History -> Dashboard ->Stats”.
In “Searches”, you can check how many times a search key has been typed.
In “Total spent by user” you can check the total amount spent by the user in your shop.
The plugin allows sending one or more emails to a specific user manually.
All you have to do is click on the specific button that you find in the “Users” section or on the detail page.
All the sent emails will be collected in “Customer History -> Emails”.
The plugin allows exporting all the current data related to “Sessions”, “Searches”, “Emails” and “Statistics” that it has registered.
To export the data, you need to access the plugin settings dashboard and click on the Download button.
The export generates a .xml file.
On the contrary, if you need to recover a backup previously exported, click on the “Import” button and select the file.
The bigger the traffic on your site, the higher will be the data recorded by the plugin in the database.
From the plugin settings dashboard, you can delete permanently:
- all the session data recorded
- all the search keys saved
- all the emails sent through the plugin