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  • Note: We've switched to the official versioning scheme for tracking upstream packages (2.0.0_1). Unfortunately, meteor will pick the highest version (in this case 3.0.0) which is old and should not be used. Please choose the latest version explicitly like so meteor add *

Works on client and server.


The snippet is copied almost verbatim from the docs, however, analytics is exposed via the Meteor package rather than window.

Snippet version is 3.1.0.


Using official analytics-node npm module.


Almost all the apis are available on both client and server

The un-inited analytics object is available for use as per normal.

First, initialize analytics:


Then, you could send a pageview from IronRouter:

Router.onRun(function() {
  // Defer calling page() till the next tick so it correctly records the
  // current url as opposed to the previous one
  Meteor.setTimeout(function() {;
  });; // If using versions of IronRouter later than 0.9.4

To identify the user, you'd setup an autorun:

Meteor.startup(function() {
  Tracker.autorun(function(c) {
    // waiting for user subscription to load
    if (! Router.current() || ! Router.current().ready())

    var user = Meteor.user();
    if (! user)

    analytics.identify(user._id, {
      email: user.emails[0].address


Aliasing anonymous users to a registered user when their account is created:

  email: email,
  password: password,
  profile: {
    name: name
}, function(error) {
  if (! error) {
  } else {
    alert('Error creating account!\n' + EJSON.stringify(error));

Tracking an event is as simple as:

analytics.track('Purchased T-Shirt', {
  name: 'The Cake is a Liar',
  revenue: 14.99


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