Integrate Convert Experiences with Mouseflow

Convert-Mouseflow Integration

Integration of Mouseflow with Convert Experiences will help you to import Convert data into your Mouseflow account. 

For each experiment, the integration uses a unique variable to pass along the experiment name and variation name that the visitor is currently bucketed into (if any).

Add Tracking Code Snippets

Make sure the Convert tracking code and the Mouseflow tracking code are installed on your page. 

Activate Integration in Convert

Go to your Convert experience settings and under Integrations select the Mouseflow. Automatically code will set a Mouseflow custom variable so you can filter the list of results by experiment name and variation name. Then click Save and Continue:

Activate Integration Manually

If you do not want to activate the integration through Convert Experiences, you can create your own custom variables and push them to Mouseflow as described here.

Example code to send the Variation Name:

window._mfq = window._mfq || [];
  (function() {
    var mf = document.createElement("script");
    mf.type = "text/javascript"; mf.async = true;
    mf.src = "//";
    var refObject = window['convert']['data']['experiments']
	for (var key in window["convert"]["currentData"]["experiments"]) {
			if (!window["convert"]["currentData"]["experiments"].hasOwnProperty(key)) {
    var currentExperiment = window["convert"]["currentData"]["experiments"][key];
    var curExperimentName = refObject[key] && refObject[key].n ? refObject[key].n : "unknown experiment name";
    curExperimentName = curExperimentName.replace("Test #", "Test ");
    var curVariant = currentExperiment['variation_name'] ? currentExperiment['variation_name'] : "unknown variant";
    curVariant = curVariant.replace("Var #", "Variation ");
  window._mfq.push(["setVariable", "Variation Name", curVariant]); 

View Convert Data in Mouseflow

Login to your Mouseflow account, got to Recordings and access the filter options. Click the filter (funnel) icon in the top-right (blue bar) and then, under Variables, select the appropriate experiment and value (either a variation name, * (for all variations to be combined), or ^ (for all variations to be removed).

This lets you filter for a page (with all variants combined into one), exclude all variants from a page (to view traffic not bucketed into tests), or view a specific variation for a page. 

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