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Add Super Stealth to WooCommerce GA Integration

CAOS offers out-of-the-box compatibility with WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration by WooCommerce.

However, to use Stealth Mode Technology with Enhanced Ecommerce (ec.js) some additional configuration is required.

Please follow the steps below to add Stealth Mode to WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration, using CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade.

Configure WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration

Before enabling CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade (CSSU), it is advised to review your settings in WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration (WGAI).

WGAI offers two ways to configure Ecommerce integration in WooCommerce:

  1. Regular Ecommerce (ecommerce.js), and
  2. Enhanced Ecommerce (ec.js).

It is advised to use Enhanced Ecommerce but CSSU is compatible with both.

Basic Configuration

After you’ve installed and activated WGAI, an extra section has been added to the Integration tab under WooCommerce > Settings, called Google Analytics.

Make sure Enable Universal Analytics is checked, before continuing to either of the next chapters.

Please make sure Enable Universal Analytics is checked in WooCommerce > Settings > Integration > Google Analytics.
Make sure Enable Universal Analytics is checked. CAOS’ Compatibility Mode will not work without it.

Regular Ecommerce

To enable regular ecommerce (ecommerce.js) in WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration, make sure the following options are enabled:

  • Purchase Transactions,
  • Add To Cart Events.
Make sure Purchase Transactions and Add To Cart Events are enabled.

If you don’t want to use Enhanced Ecommerce (ec.js), you can skip the next chapter. Otherwise, continue.

Enhanced Ecommerce

To enable Enhanced Ecommerce in WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration, the steps mentioned in the previous chapters are required, otherwise the options listed below aren’t shown.

To enable Enhanced Ecommerce, check Enable Enhanced eCommerce at the bottom of the page.

A few other options will appear:

  • Remove from Cart Events,
  • Product Impressions from Listing Pages,
  • Product Clicks from Listing Pages,
  • And so on…
Once the Enable Enhanced eCommerce option is checked, new options will appear. Conifgure them to your liking.
Once Enable Enhaned eCommerce is clicked, new options will appear. Configure them to your liking.

These options will be checked by default. I’d advise to leave all of them enabled, because it will provide you with all the available information about your (potential) customers.

However, none of them are required for the functioning of CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade.

Once you are satisfied with your configuration (Enable Enhanced eCommerce must remain checked!) click Save Changes.

Configure CAOS

Now WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration is configured to work with Enhanced Commerce, we can proceed to configure CAOS (and Super Stealth Upgrade) to start working with this.

CAOS’ settings are located under Settings > Optimize Analytics.

Basic Settings

Whichever method you chose in the previous chapter (ecommerce.js or ec.js) the steps in this and the following chapter will be equal.

Before continuing, we need to make sure that you’ve provided a Google Analytics Tracking ID. It should be identical to the one entered in the Google Analytics section under WooCommerce’s Integration tab under Settings.

The entered Tracking ID should be identical to the one provided in WooCommerce’s Settings.

Advanced Settings

All that is left to do now, is to enable the corresponding Compatibility Mode in Advanced Settings.

Make sure Enable Compatibility Mode is set to WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration. Then ‘save changes‘.

Make sure Enable Compatibility Mode is set to WooCommerce google Analytics Integration before saving your changes.


After following this guide you’ve taken the necessary precautions to configure Super Stealth Upgrade with WooCommerce Google Analytics Integration.

However, CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade is not yet enabled.

To enable CAOS Super Stealth Upgrade, follow the steps explained in the Quick Start guide.