Integration Tools

The Integration page in the Monetate platform settings contains several tools to help you get started. Click the settings icon and then select Integration to access it.

Callout of the settings icon and of the Integration option

Third-Party Analytics

In addition to the analytics provided natively, Monetate integrates with third-party platforms to report experience information. You can set up third-party analytics reports on the Third-Party Analytics tab.

The Third-Party Analytics tab of the Integration page

Monetate supports Google Analytics natively, and it can push your account's data to any platform that you use. For more information on third-party analytics, refer to the documentation in the Third-Party Analytics category.


The Tag tab contains the code snippet for the Monetate tag that you must paste into the header for each page of your site on which you want to run Monetate.

The Tag tab of the Integration page

Switch between the synchronous and asynchronous tags using the toggle located above the code editor.

Animated demonstration of a user toggling between the synchronous Monetate tag code and the asynchronous Monetate tag code

The tool tip next to the toggle provides an overview of each type of Monetate tag. See Tag Comparison for a side-by-side look at the two tag types.


On the Inspector tab you can download the Monetate Inspector browser plug-in.

You must have third-party cookies and cross-site content tracking enabled in your browser for Monetate Inspector to work. Furthermore, Ghostery and similar privacy extensions can block it. If you're unable to launch the tool, check your browser's privacy and security settings as well as the extensions you might have installed.

The Inspector tab of the Integration page, with a callout of the INSPECTOR button to download the browser plug-in

See Monetate Inspector to learn more about what this tool does.


The API tab contains settings to enable API features along with a button to view the Monetate API documentation.

The API tab of the Integration page

The API features settings on this tab allow you to enable cart, product, and page type actions conditions, respectively.


With single sign-on (SSO), you can bring your own in-house identity provider (IDP) to authenticate users in the Monetate platform. On the SSO tab, you can find the information that you must input into your IDP system as well as the means to input your IDP's ID, URL, and 509 certificate.

Callout of the Monetate SSO Settings section of the SSO tab

Refer to Configure Single Sign-On for more information.

First-Party Proxy

On the First-Party Proxy tab, you can register a mapping within your content delivery network (CDN) between a dedicated path on your site and the Monetate service. By doing so you can overcome ad-blocking extensions that block network requests that Monetate uses to deliver personalized experiences on your site.

View of the 'First-Party Proxy' tab of the Integration page

See Manage First-Party Proxies for more information.