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Metorik just released a few updates to their ecommerce co-pilot for WooCommerce and Shopify. This includes an improved Google Analytics integration, an option to import product and variation costs by SKU, and more.
Product & Variation Costs By SKU
Previously it was only possible to import a CSV with product and variation IDs. However, you can now finally import your product and variation costs into the Metorik platform by SKU.
New Report Cards
The Metorik team added a couple of new report cards to single product and category pages. They allow you to see the sales for the product/category grouped by day of the week and hour of the day.
By the way, they also feature these report cards in the orders report for a broader insight into sales by day/hour.
Better Google Analytics Integration
When connecting Metorik with your Google Analytics account, you are now able to select a view in the store settings, limiting the data they receive from Google. If you’ve already set up the integration, you’ll first need to remove it and then re-connect it to set the view.
They also plan to integrate with the new Google Analytics version later this year.
Engage & Broadcasts
Metorik are about to prepare the upcoming release of their new broadcasts feature for sending one-off bulk emails to customers. Stay tuned!
Lastly, they are now storing bounce and spam data right in Engage so you can easily see if an email bounced and even filter sent emails according to whether they were bounced or had a spam complaint.
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