First of all, sign up to Dashly. Enter your email address and come up with a password.
After that we’ll ask you to say a couple of words about yourself: your name and preferred contact method - we need this information to help you set up the platform.
To create an account in Dashly, you’ll need to add your website - just put your website URL while signing up.
If you have several websites, you can add all of them to your account.
In your admin panel click on your profile at the top of the page and choose “My websites” there.
There you will see the list of your websites. Press “Add another website” button to connect one more site.
Now you’ll see the same steps as you’ve already done during the registration. Choose the type of the website you want to add, then put your website address and a company name.
After you add the website, you’ll see it in “My websites” page. Dashly will ask you to choose the needed website’s admin panel every time you sign in.
P.S. Different websites have to have several code snippet and are paid separately.
It only takes a few minutes to install Dashly on your website. Once installed, you’ll be able to communicate with visitors on your website.
After the app is created and the onboarding is passed, you’ll be redirected to the Battery - first page to configure Dashly.
Just copy the code snippet in Step 1 and paste it right before the closing </head> tag.
Paste code example:
This code asynchronously downloads a JS library and creates a Dashly global object which is used in API interactions.
Once added, the code starts working automatically on each page, including sub-domains.
You can add Dashly code via Google Tag Manager by following few simple steps. We would recommend you to use this method only as a last resort, since we can't guarantee that the code installed via third-party service will be working without any issues.
This is it! Now, when you update your page, you should see Dashly chat at the right bottom of your site (if it isn't hidden in settings).
You need to follow 2 steps and 6 clicks to add Dashly live chat to your Shopify store. After you created account at Dashly and landed to onboarding you just need to copy the code and go to Shopify to Log in as an account owner.
Modules are alternative to using plain code in case your site is on WooCommerce 3.x.
Modules are preconfigured to be able to track shop events, such as adding a product to cart, viewing product page, making an order, etc.
You can choose a module on the first step of the Battery. There you’ll see an installation instruction.