Kameleoon is compatible with Adobe Analytics (Ex Omniture SiteCatalyst) to analyze your A/B tests. Setting it up includes 3 steps:
- Adding Adobe Analytics as a reporting tool in Kameleoon
- Creating a new eVar variable in your Adobe Analytics account
- Activating the reporting tool from the editor
Setting up Adobe Analytics with Kameleoon
Adding a reporting tool
Log in to your personal space, click on “Administrate” and then “Integrations” in the sidebar.
For more information on this page, see our dedicated article.
By default, the tool is not installed. This is signaled by this icon:
With a click on “Install the tool”, you will be able to select the websites on which you want to activate it, so that information can be correctly reported to Adobe Analytics.
You also need to indicate some other informations. To do so, you have to create a conversion variable in Adobe Analytics.
The Adobe Analytics variable (Omniture object) is “s” by default but we recommend you verify this information with your IT team.
Once you have configured the tool, click on “Validate” in the bottom-right corner: the configuration panel closes. You will then see a “ON” toggle on the right of the tool’s line, as well as the number of websites the tool is configured on.
The results of your experiments will be transmitted to Adobe Analytics if the script of the tool is installed on your pages.
Creating the conversion variable
It is necessary to create a conversion variable, also called eVar, which will be used by Kameleoon to transfer your A/B test data to Adobe Analytics. To do so, log into your Adobe Analytics.
You must create a new conversion variable, follow these steps:
- On your Adobe Analytics, go to Admin, then Report Suites.
- Then, select a report suite.
- Click on Parameters > Conversion > Conversion variables
- On the conversion variables page, click on Add new to add an eVar unused to the report suites.
- Fill in the necessary fields
- Click on save
Note: If you are using the
Setting up the reporting tool
When you are done with these steps, you can use Adobe Analytics as reporting tool.
In the editor
When you have created your test in the editor, click on the “Finalize” button. Then, select Adobe Analytics in the reporting tools selection (step 3). In the field “Custom variable (eVar), choose the eVar that you have created in your Adobe Analytics account.
The results of your test will know be pushed into Adobe Analytics solution.