Track


Introduction

Welcome to the documentation page for Track! Here you will find detailed information on how to use Track, a powerful software tool for tracking and analyzing user data. Whether you are a developer or a user interested in understanding how Track works, this documentation will provide you with the necessary information.


Installation

To start using Track, follow the steps below:

  1. Download the latest version of Track from the official website.
  2. Extract the downloaded file to your desired location.
  3. Open your terminal and navigate to the extracted folder.
  4. Run the command npm install to install the required dependencies.


Usage

Initializing Track

To initialize Track in your project, follow these steps:

  1. Import the Track module into your desired file.
  2. Create a new instance of Track using the provided API key.
  3. Call the init() method to initialize Track.

    
import Track from 'track';

const tracker = new Track('your-api-key');
tracker.init();
    

Tracking Events

Track allows you to monitor and analyze user events within your application. To track an event, use the following steps:

  1. Use the trackEvent() method on the Tracker instance.
  2. Pass the event name as a string and any additional data related to the event.

    
tracker.trackEvent('button_click', { buttonId: 'submit-btn' });
    


Tracking User Properties

In addition to event tracking, Track allows you to capture and store user properties. Follow these steps to track user properties:

  1. Use the setUserProperty() method on the Tracker instance.
  2. Provide the property key and value as parameters in the method.

    
tracker.setUserProperty('user_age', 25);
    


Analytics Dashboard

Track provides a comprehensive analytics dashboard that gives you insights into your user data. The dashboard offers various graphs and charts to visualize events, user properties, and more. Access the dashboard by logging into your Track account.


Conclusion

With the detailed information provided in this documentation, you should now have a good understanding of how to use Track for tracking and analyzing user data. Should you have any further questions or encounter any issues, please refer to the official Track documentation or contact our support team for assistance. Happy tracking!