Active Visitors provides a way to show how many customers are currently viewing your site.

Step 1 - Enable Active Visitors

Navigate to Integrations  > Active Visitors enter and click Connect.

Step 2 - You're Done

After enabling Active Visitors, Fomo will now start counting number of visitors across your site by default within a 30 minute time span.

Advanced Features

By default Fomo is configured to count visitors site wide.  To turn this off, toggle 'count visitors across entire domain' off.

This will disable counting across the entire site, and enable counting on a per page basis. In other words, if 10 people were on your About page, and 15 were on a Pricing page, different values will be shown to visitors on each URL.

You can also set a threshold for the minimum number of visitors. This feature dictates whether notifications should be hidden, which is useful for late night hours.

Note: Active Visitors shows notifications outside of the standard flow of reverse-chronological Fomo events. 

To control the frequency of Active Visitors, you can modify the time value in Show notification every X seconds.

This will govern how often the Active Visitors generated events will appear to visitors on your website.

Achieve more magic with HTML & META tags

Active Visitor integration allows you to use some HTML properties and show them inside the notification. 

html_title  : This will output content of html > head > title  attribute.
html_first_h1: This will output content of first h1  tag in the HTML document. 

Some filters works with html variables:

**{{ visitor_count }} users** are checking out {{ html_title | trim_before [ | ] | fallback [this page]}}

Visitor aggregation

Visitors from multiple pages can be aggregated together via HTML meta attribute. With this strategy you can achieve notification like 

452 users are currently checking out our T-shirts section

Add the following meta properties inside your HTML > HEAD . URL should contain parent URL of the existing page. 

<meta property="fomo:group_url" content="https://xyz.com/t-shirts">

Using custom title

You can also use fomo:title property which can be injected into notification via template variable: {{ html_meta_fomo_title }}:

<meta property="fomo:title" content="T-Shirts" >

Using custom image

You can show different image for each page via fomo:image_url property:

<meta property="fomo:image_url" content="http://image.com/my.png" >
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