HighLevel Abandoned Cart Tracking


WP Fusion’s Abandoned Cart addon works with:

to automatically add customers to HighLevel when they begin checking out on your store.

After the customer’s name and email have been entered on the checkout form, the customer is added as a contact to HighLevel (even if they don’t complete the checkout).

You can then use automations in HighLevel to follow up with customers who don’t complete checkout within a specified period of time, including sending a cart recovery URL, and issuing automatic discounts based on tags.

#General settings

The Abandoned Cart Addon settings are found at Settings » WP Fusion » Addons in your WordPress admin.

The available options are:

  • Recovery URL Destination: When using recovery URLs (see below), you can select where the URL should take the returning customer. Current Page works best with plugins like CartFlows, WooFunnels, or LaunchFlows where different products have different checkout pages.
  • Apply TagsYou can specify tags to be applied to the customer, which can trigger automations in HighLevel to follow up with customers who didn’t complete a purchase. Tags can also be configured for specific products while editing each product (see the Abandoned Cart Tracking overview page for more info).
  • Trigger on Add to Cart: This lets you start the abandoned cart process for logged in users when they add a product to the cart (instead of at checkout).

#Syncing cart fields

WP Fusion has the ability to sync details about the abandoned cart to custom fields on contact records in HighLevel. These fields can then be added to cart recovery emails using merge tags.

To enable these fields, head to Settings » WP Fusion » Contact Fields » WP Fusion Abandoned Cart.

Any enabled fields will be synced to the corresponding custom fields in your CRM whenever a cart is updated (currently limited to WooCommerce and Easy Digital Downloads).

#Recovery URLs

With WooCommerce and Easy Digital Downloads, WP Fusion has the ability to generate a cart recovery URL and sync it to a custom field in HighLevel.

This can be enabled by enabling the Recovery URL field for sync from the Contact Fields list (see above).

When a customer begins to check out (or their cart contents are updated), the cart contents will be saved into a cache in your database, and the recovery URL will be synced to the selected custom field in HighLevel.

The WP Fusion activity logs show the cart data being synced to the CRM once a customer has entered their email address on the checkout page.

You can then use a merge field in the email editor in HighLevel to include the unique recovery URL.

When the recovery URL is visited the customer’s cart contents will be restored, and the checkout fields will be pre-filled using the information that was entered in the initial abandoned checkout session.

#Setup in HighLevel

In HighLevel, create an automation that is triggered when the Abandoned Cart tag is applied. The automation should wait for a period of time (for example a few hours, or a day), and then check to see if the contact still has the Abandoned Cart tag.

If they do have the tag, the cart is still abandoned, and you can send your recovery email.

When editing your email, use the merge code for your recovery link custom field to automatically merge a one-click cart recovery link into the email.

Publish the workflow, and you’re good to go!

For more information on abandoned cart tracking with WP Fusion, see the Abandoned Cart Tracking overview.

To automatically apply discounts in WooCommerce based on a contact’s tags in HighLevel, see the Automatic Discounts documentation.

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