30+ Unique Features of Full Picture plugin

See what other plugins can’t do*​

Full Picture gives you a range of unique and powerful features which:

  • improve the quality of collected data
  • make compliance with cookie laws much easier
  • let you use advanced tracking without spending weeks on coding them (we know that – we spent weeks coding them for you)
  • and more. See for yourself on the list below

Full Picture lets you:

  • adjust the plugin to your skill level with advanced, standard and easy modes
  • prevent tracking you and your employees with a simple link (works even when you are not logged in!)
  • include in your privacy policy with an always-current list of tracking tools which you enabled in Full Picture
  • see how many visitors use ad blockers
  • inform you about JavaScript errors on your site (PRO version)
  • prevent tracking pages if they are not viewed, e.g. pages open in tabs won’t get tracked until someone actually looks at them
  • check how enagaged your visitors are with engagement time tracking
  • track clicks on page elements that are added dynamically
  • track when visitors view certain elements on your pages, e.g. popups, notifications, ads, etc.
  • label pages by their purpose for comparing
  • choose when to start tracking people (after they agree to cookies or with page load). You can even set it on tool-by-tool basis!
  • track only the first click in a multi-click, e.g. double-click or rage-click
  • prevent tracking form submissions if they happen too quickly after pageload (this may indicate that they were submitted by bots)
  • track only those scrolls that matter (not when people are quickly skimming the page)
  • track original page titles in Google Analytics reports (not SEO titles tracked by default)
  • use Google Analytics UA and Google Analytics 4 at the same time
  • use up to 2 integrations of GA UA, 2 integrations of GA 4 and 2 integrations of Facebook Pixel at the same time (PRO)
  • easily change prefix of Google Analytics cookies to avoid tracking issues when using multiple Google Analytics tracking tags
  • avoid sending GA events to GTM’s data_layer when they are both enabled
  • give tracking scripts extra time to send data before the page redirects after a user clicks a link (PRO)
  • blur page content behind cookie notice – this is very useful if you want to comply with cookie regulations but want to A/B test landing pages
  • make exceptions for certain parts of the page from being blurred
  • send to GTM what cookie notice buttons were clicked
  • send to GTM what are visitors’ previous cookie choices
  • track clicks in cookie notice buttons by tools that don’t get blocked by ad blockers (Plausible, Splitbee, Fathom)
  • track ad block usage by tools that don’t get blocked by ad blockers (Plausible, Splitbee, Fathom)
  • tag session recordings in Microsoft Clarity (not even Microsoft’s own WordPress plugin can do that)
  • tag session recordings in Hotjar (not even Hotjar’s own WordPress plugin can do that)
  • identify Hotjar users via their activity (see above)
  • tag session recordings in Inspectlet (not even Inspectlet’s own WP plugin can do that)
  • choose which version of the Inspectlet integration script to use
  • identify logged-in users in Inspectlet
  • load Google Optimize script via gtag (default) or optimize.js script (useful if you integrate Google Analytics via a different plugin)
  • test data objects sent with any event tracker (PRO, advanced)
  • scrape data from HTML and send it to tracking platforms (PRO, advanced)
  • track conversions and e-commerce activity in any WP plugin (PRO, advanced)
  • oh, and Full Picture does not use jQuery which means no dependencies and faster script execution

And these are some feature that are not unique but are great to-haves:

  • redirect 404 pages to a custom page or any page you want
  • prevent tracking users of specific roles e.g. admins, editors, shop managers, etc.

* the list was composed after testing various competing WordPress analytics plugins. However there may be other plugins that we have not tested and which have some of the listed functions

Give the free version a try!