Go to your connections and click the 'Connect' button under the Website logo:
The following screen will appear:
Here's what to fill in:
Domain: The is the top-level domain of your website or application. Even if e.g. your application is on e.g.
tools.app.example.com, your top-level domain would be
Tracking subdomain: This is the subdomain handler that will be used to track traffic. In above example, you could choose
Allow any domain: Some of the applications being monitored front-end, serve as landing page for your customers. You customers will then typically route their subdomain to your own domain. In the same example as before, a customer might route
landingpage.example.com. We will only track customer-routed traffic when this option is switched on. If not, we will only track traffic from the top-level domain set above.
Validate email addresses: If this option is switched on, we will check for fake and time-limited email addresses and only allow valid email addresses.
Identify users with URL Parameters: This option is to allow users to be identified with a certain URL parameter — e.g.
Email URL parameter name: is the parameter name to be used to identify users. In above example, we set it to '
Remove email URL parameter when user is identified? After the user was identified, you may want to remove the parameter from the URL bar, to prevent copying it.
In general, you can find your site details to install on various destinations. For the journy.io WordPress plugin, we ask you for Tracking ID and SiteID. For a lot of other destinations (WebFlow, Native HTML, Shopify...) you can simply copy-paste the snippet.
One special remark: We also create a 'Verification secret' to be used for identification on the front end, for identity verification.
See https://developers.journy.io/#section/Frontend/Identity-verification for more details.