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Piwik PRO Core: 18.20.0
Piwik PRO Enterprise (cloud and private cloud): 15.7.9 and 18.20.0
Piwik PRO Enterprise (on-premises): 15.6.0

June 19, 2023

17.4.0

Analytics

Improved

  • We made scheduled reports more secure. Now, when recipients want to view CSV reports, they’ll need to log in to Piwik PRO. If you need to share such reports with people who don’t have an account, just create one for them and give them at least no access or view permissions. Alternatively, you can send them a PDF scheduled report, which they can directly access from their mailbox.
  • Our demo site now contains example data for ecommerce. You can quickly access the demo site on your Piwik PRO account by selecting it from the site/app picker located in the upper right corner.

Tag Manager

New

  • We added support for events pushed by the Google tag (gtag.js). Such events are transformed into data layer events. Example:

    gtag('event', 'addToCart', {
    id: '123',
    value: 10.00
    });

    is transformed to

    dataLayer.push({
    event: 'addToCart',
    id: '123',
    value: 10.00
    });

Improved

  • We made some updates to tags, triggers and variables because Audience Manager is being phased out. As a result, you might see information about unsupported tags, triggers and variables. You may need to remove some of them manually since we can’t do it for you.
  • Newly added sites now have the following option turned off by default: Piwik PRO tag (tracking code) > Data collection > Count session time precisely (off). This means that if you want to accurately measure session time by sending ping requests, you will need to manually turn this option on.

Customer Data Platform

New

  • Each activation now comes with statistics and an activation log, allowing you to track successful and error requests and effectively monitor your activations.
Improved

  • In Activations, when sending outgoing webhook requests, the location attribute values will now appear as full names, such as “United States,” instead of abbreviations like “US.”

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