TLDR: If you are looking for a no-code tool to help set up Goals in
Plausible Analytics, give this plugin a try.
We love Plausible Analytics because it’s a clean (non-bloated) analytics solution that cares about privacy.
The initial integration is super quick, but when you want to see how users interact with elements on the page and track goals – this is where it gets a little complicated.
To do that, you will have to write custom code, which is not exactly aligned with why you chose WordPress in the first place.
What if, instead, you can check a few boxes, add a few settings and track things like downloads, buttons, and links, or see how many users actually scrolled down and saw your pricing table.
And with Goal Tracker, we set out to do just that – Give you an easy-to-use user interface to set up Goal Tracking with just a few clicks.
Goal tracking is a powerful feature, and there’s no reason to go back to Google Analytics.
Goal Tracker for Plausible Analytics is a No-Code tool for tracking goals (events) in WordPress.
The plugin allows you to track things like:
- Who clicked on your call to action buttons.
- Who viewed (scrolled down to see) your pricing table.
- Email (mailto) links
If you’ve tried to track most of these goals, you will know that some coding is required.
Goal Tracker will help you achieve this without writing code.
Want to get started? Download the plugin and head over to our documentation page and explore.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/wp-goal-trackerdirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- Added support for Proxy mode.
- The first version of Goal Tracker!