Littledata’s Shopify connections for Segment and Google Analytics automatically track multi-currency payments via Shopify Payments. Many Shopify Plus merchants rely on Shopify Payments to manage multi-currency. If your Shopify store presents prices in multiple currencies using Shopify Payments, our multi-currency tracking is an out-of-the-box solution to get accurate sales and marketing data.
Note: Littledata also tracks a range of payment gateways beyond just Shopify Payments (ShopPay), including Klarna, PayPal and Stripe.
Here’s how Littledata’s multi-currency support works for different parts of the data processing. We use Shopify’s definition of ‘presentment currency’ and ‘shop currency’.
Storefront data layer
All prices for products in the
dataLayer variables will be in shop currency, regardless of the presentment currency. This includes the add-to-cart events handled by Littledata’s servers.
Prices are sent in presentment currency, and converted by Google Analytics (or Segment) to the target currency at current exchange rates.
Note: Littledata’s checkout step tracking was updated for multi-currency stores in August 2019.
Orders & Refunds
All orders and refunded items are sent to Google Analytics in the shop currency.
Multiple country stores sending to one web property
If you have multiple country stores, with different shop currencies, all sending data to a single web property in Google Analytics, this is also handled by our tracking script.
Littledata offers affordable pricing based on different thresholds, including the number of ‘country stores’ (Shopify stores in a particular currency) your brand is running. See our pricing plans for more information.