Product Filter by WooBeWoo comes with a detailed filter statistics section to make it easier to collect, analyze data and subsequently support global business growth. Gather real-time filtering and search information for your customers and convert it into business solutions to drive sales and keep customers coming back. The plugin provides the following filter statistics metrics:
And in this tutorial, we are going to show you where to find and how to use filter statistics from Woocommerce Product Filter by WooBeWoo.
Enable statistics collection
First, let’s understand how statistics work. The way it works is simple: we enable tracking of a certain filter and then we can track its metrics in the statistics section.
In order to enable filter tracking go to the plugin menu ->FIlters and Click on the Enable statistics collection icon. (in the same way tracking can be disabled).
If this option is enabled, then at each act of filtering products through this filters, information about the filtering parameters will be saved to the database. Charts and summary tables of statistics can be viewed on the tab Statistics.
Please note that collecting and saving filtering statistics may slow down your site and take up a significant amount of database space.
Please note that statistics are generated at 00.00 every day, so the events of the current day will not be reflected in the report.
Well, when enough data has been collected, it’s time to go to the plugin Menu -> Statistics.
Now you need to select the metric, period and all additional settings.
The plugin provides the following metrics in the statistics section:
- Count of filter requests.The total number of requests for the filter will be displayed as a line graph for the specified period.
- Count of unique users who used filtering. The total number of unique users of the filter will be displayed as a line graph for the specified period.
- What blocks were used for filtering. Usage statistics for each filter block. You can choose a convenient way to display statistics: pie; bar or table. Moreover, you can track this metric for each individual page.
- What values were chosen for a particular block. This metric will help determine the effectiveness of the parameters of a particular block, a particular filter on a particular page. You can choose a convenient way to display statistics: pie; bar or table. Moreover, you can track this metric for each individual page.
- No result. The number of requests for which the user did not receive the corresponding goods is displayed.
Now select the period for which you want to display statistics. You can choose one of the periods:
- Last 7 days;
- Last Month;
- This Month;
- Last Year;
- This Year;
- Custom period.
But as we said earlier, note that statistics for the current day are accumulated, but will appear in the report only tomorrow.
Moreover, each statistics for each filter is displayed separately, so you need to select one of the filters whose statistics you want to display.