Setting up Crazy Egg

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Crazy Egg shows you exactly where visitors click and where they don’t with Snapshots.

You can segment all your snapshots (heatmaps, scrollmaps, confetti reports..) based on experiments data (name of the experiment and variant).

Key benefits

  • Easily segment your snapshots based on which experiment variations visitors have been bucketed in
  • Identify which variation works best in Kameleoon and understand “why” in Crazzy Egg
  • Identify area of optimization thanks to Crazzy Egg powerful capabilities and build your optimization program in Kameleoon

Activate Crazy Egg on Kameleoon

The first step is to install Crazy Egg.

Log in to your personal space, click on “Configuration” and then “Integrations” in the sidebar.

For more information on this page, see our dedicated article.

Click on the “+” next to Crazy Egg to configure it and add it to your integrations.

Once the menu unfolds, click on the “Activate tool” button.

Select from the list on the left the website(s) for which you want to configure Crazy Egg.

Finally, click on the “Validate” button to add Crazy Egg to your reporting tools.

Test results are pushed in your reporting service. Test heatmaps will be available in Crazy Egg, if tool script is installed on your pages.

Kameleoon uses variables to send the data to Crazy Egg. To know more please read this documentation

Associate Crazy Egg with a Kameleoon experiment

In the graphic editor

When finalizing your test, click the “Tracking and Goals” step to configure Crazy Egg as a tracking tool. 

Click on “Crazy Egg” to move the toggle to “ON”.

Kameleoon uses variables to send the data to Crazy Egg. To know more please read this documentation

Crazy Egg will be mentioned in the summary pop-in before going live.

Kameleoon will automatically transmit the data to Crazy Egg and you will be able to view your results directly in the tool.

On the personalization creation page

In the same way as A/B testing, you can select Crazy Egg among the reporting tools for a personalization.

Kameleoon uses variables to send the data to Crazy Egg. To know more please read this documentation

On the results page

Once Crazy Egg is defined as a reporting tool for an experiment, you can select (or unselect) it via the results page. To do this, click on “Reporting Tools” in the right panel to open the corresponding menu.

The reporting tools associated with the test are displayed. Click “Edit” to edit this selection.

You can then select or unselect Crazy Egg. Then click on “Validate” and continue to finalize or update your experiment.