Run Form Experiments with Kameleoon

Kameleoon is an experimentation and personalisation platform. The integration lets you push Kameleoon test variants into Zuko's dashboard to analyse how different form variants perform. Here's how you can get it up and running.

Step 1 - Set up your Zuko Account

Make sure you've set up a form in your Zuko account and have a slug (form id).

You can find the Slug (ID) on the details tab in your Zuko account

Step 2 - Create a new custom analytics integration in Kameleoon

On your Kameleoon App, click on Admin in the left menu, then on Integrations.

To add a new custom analytics integration, click the relevant button on the top right.

A pop-in will open.

You then need to activate the integration of this new analytics tool. Name your custom integration (for example, “Zuko”) and select the project(s) on which you want it to be available.

Then click on Next.

Note: If you want to know more about Kameleoon custom analytics, please read the Kameleoon documentation.

Copy and paste the Zuko sample code into the pop-in section. You can adapt the sample code to your needs. Don’t forget to add your own slug in the code (line 11 in the sample code).

Note: Any custom code added here will be exposed in the kameleoon.js file and so available publicly. Please do not put private API keys or passwords in this section.

Then validate your custom integration.

Your analytics solution should then be added to the list of your integrations.

You can modify the installation code later if needed, deactivate the tool or delete the integration.

Step 3 - Associate your Zuko integration with a campaign

In the Kameleoon Graphic/Code editor

When finalising your experiment, click the Tracking and Goals step to configure your custom analytics as a tracking tool.

Your analytics tool will be mentioned in the summary pop-in before going live.

Kameleoon will automatically transmit the data and you will be able to view your results directly in the analytics tool.

On the personalization creation page

In the same way as A/B testing, you can select your custom analytics among the reporting tools for a personalization.

On the results page

Once your custom analytics integration is defined as a reporting tool for a campaign, you can select (or unselect) it via the results page. To do this, click on Reporting tools in the right panel to open the corresponding menu.

The reporting tools associated with the campaign are displayed. Click Edit to edit this selection.You can then select or unselect the tool. Then click on Validate and continue to finalize or update your campaign.

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