June is a product analytics tool for B2B SaaS companies.
It allows you to track and analyze your product usage data, and then use that data to make better product decisions.
With this integration you can seamlessly connect Kameleoon with June to:
- Push campaign exposure event data (campaign name and variation name) to June
- Use June dashboards to analyze your campaigns
- Use June’s automatically generated reports to analyze your campaigns.
- Track the impact your campaigns have on the right metrics (acquisition, retention, activation, etc.).
To configure this integration, you need to have June installed on your website.
Push Kameleoon exposure events into June
Enable June integration on Kameleoon
On the Integrations page
Log in to your Kameleoon App, 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 projects on which you want to activate it.
Once you have configured the tool, click on “Validate” in the bottom-right corner: the configuration panel closes. You will then see an “ON” toggle on the right of the tool’s line, as well as the number of projects the tool is configured on.
Exposure events to any campaign will be sent automatically to June.
Important: Make sure the June script is installed on your pages as Kameleoon will use June API methods to send the data for your campaigns.
Activate June on a campaign
In an A/B experiment
Once June is activated on the Integrations page, you can select it as a reporting tool at the “Tracking and goals” step of the finalization panel in the Graphic editor or in the Code editor.
In a personalization
Once June is activated on the Integrations page, you can select it as a reporting tool on the personalization creation page.
On the results page
It is also possible to select it among the reporting tools on the results page.
In the right sidebar, click on “Reporting Tools” and then on “Edit”.
Select June and don’t forget to validate!
As soon as June has been activated and defined as a reporting tool in a campaign, an event called “Experiment viewed” will be sent automatically every time a visitor sees a variation of an active Kameleoon A/B experiment.