The Remarkety plugin for Magento 2 is very easy to install via composer. It is available from the official Magento marketplace as well, but we recommend the installation method shown here to keep up easily with version updates.
Read more about available features and the Remarkety solution for Magento 2 here.
Installing the plugin
Use composer to get the proper version for your Magento installation:
For Magento 2.1.x or later:
composer require remarkety/mgconnector
Let Magento know about the new component:
Update database schema:
You may need to recompile the code cache:
Sign into your account and define store settings.
Remarkety > Installation
Create or sign in to your Remarkety account.
If you do not have an existing account with Remarkety, fill in the required information in the fields shown below, and then press “Create New Account and Connect”
If you already have an existing account with Remarkety, click the highlighted portion below to sign in to it.
Once you’re signed in to Remarkety, this will be the Installation home screen:
Remarkety > Webhooks Queue
On this page, you do not need to define anything. Once your account is up and running, this screen will show your store’s webhooks for events that are currently in the queue.
Remarkety > Settings
- Customer POS ID Attribute - sync or skip customer POS IDs into your Remarkety account
- Enabled Fixed Product Tax
- Customer address field - Since Remarkety collects shopper addresses when applicable, choose whether the address collected will be taken from customer’s shipping or billing address by default.
- Cart auto coupon
Website tracking events - enable these for Remarkety to track website activity. This is used for cart and browse abandonment campaigns.
For more information on webtracking, read here.
*For users with Magento version v2.4.4 and above*
Configure integration tokens
When creating the integration between Magento and Remarkety, a consumer key, consumer secret, access token, and access token secret are all generated and used for OAuth-based authentication. Your next step is to configure your access token for the integration.
Again, note this is only for users that are on Magento v2.4.4 (or up).
Inside Magento, go to Stores > Configuration > Services > OAuth > Consumer Settings > Allow OAuth Access Tokens to be used as standalone Bearer tokens and set the option to Yes.
You can also enable this setting from the CLI by running the following command:
bin/magento config:set oauth/consumer/enable_integration_as_bearer 1
Next step > log into Remarkety and get to work !
For next steps, read our Getting Started With Remarkety guide.
Upgrading an installed plugin to the latest version
Run composer update to pull the latest version:
composer update remarkety/mgconnector
Let Magento know that you updated the plugin:
Update the database schema (usually this command will not run any changes):
Compile Magento's DI (dependency injection) with the new version:
And you should be all set.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions on this process.