WP FootPrint Plugin Documentation

Without the WooCommerce Product Reports, Target to Grow Sales Revenue is Next to Impossible!   Introduction Welcome to the wonderful world of knowledge, insights and WooCommerce visitor analysis. First we’d like to congratulate you on your decision about starting to use WP FootPrint plugin so you can understand your site visitors better and take the […]

Without the WooCommerce Product Reports, Target to Grow Sales Revenue is Next to Impossible!



Welcome to the wonderful world of knowledge, insights and WooCommerce visitor analysis. First we’d like to congratulate you on your decision about starting to use WP FootPrint plugin so you can understand your site visitors better and take the required progressive actions to grow your business. 

Second, we’d also like you to make sure that you keep an eye on the updates that we’ll regularly make on the WP FootPrint plugin, Visit Message Plugin and Shopping History plugin so you don’t miss out on the parts that we’ve discovered and added because they are beneficial for your business. 

So, let’s start!

Installing WP FootPrint Plugin

After you’ve purchased and downloaded the WP FootPrint plugin, upload the Zip file to your plugins folder or simply 

  • Login to your WordPress admin panel
  • Click on Plugins on the left admin sidebar
  • Click on  Add New button and Upload Plugin button
  • Browse to the downloaded zip file by clicking on the Choose File 
  • Then click on Install Now and Activate the plugin.

Note: This is the easiest way to install any plugin on WordPress installation.

Make sure that your WP FootPrint plugin is activated. 


Under WordPress > Plugins, if you find that you still have the option to click on the Activate link, please click it so you can start using the plugin. 

After installing the plugin, you now need to look at the settings of WP FootPrint plugin. This is necessary because we don’t want you to be bothered by the unwanted data or miss out on the data that you’d want to analyze.

WP FootPrint Plugin => Settings

If you  hover over the WP FootPrint menu on the right side admin panel of your WordPress dashboard, you’ll find Settings for WP FootPrint plugin. 

Click on it to access and make changes to how you want to collect the visitor data on your WordPress store.

Available Settings while using WP FootPrint Plugin

1 Enable Tracking 

This is the first setting that you need to enable. However, there may be times when you don’t want to track any user behavior on your site. Such times may be when you are making adjustments on your site, theme, adding products etc. You can click on the dropdown and select No then save the settings to stop tracking. But, at all the other times, you need to Enable Tracking. 

2 Session Duration

This is the setting where you define how long a single session for a unique visitor should be. Each session is a set of activities by a user. You can define a session duration to track a visit on your site. By default we’ve set this value to 1 hour.

3. Track Admin Sessions

If you have a team of people managing the business and all of you need the admin privileges but also need to be aware of what actions each of the admins took, you can do that with this plugin. Simply click on the dropdown option and set the value to Yes. This feature is especially useful if multiple admins are adding products on the site. 

4 Track bots

Bots, Crawlers or spiders are the visits on your site by non-human. Web crawlers can be notorious and be used to spy on your site and download data or can be purposeful like the Google, Bing, or other search engines to index your site for the search engine result pages. You can click on the dropdown to select Yes or No and set it to your needs. 

5 User Awareness

You are spying on the browsing behaviour of the visitors! But, you have the right to looking at the user activities on your own site! How about letting the users know that you’re tracking their movements on your site? Set this option to Yes and you’ll find a user awareness text visible on your site. With this settings, it’ll also help you to maintain compliance with the GDPR and such law in action.

6 User Awareness Text

You know the type of visitors visiting on your site. It is important to match the language and tone of your site and the user awareness message. This is where you can enter your custom message to display as user awareness text. 

7 Data Retention

This is a powerful feature so understand it well before making changes. If you tickmark on the checkbox, all the visitor data collected on your site will be removed when the WP FootPrint plugin is uninstalled. If you want to recover the old data when you install a newer version of WP FootPrint plugin, make sure that this checkbox is unmarked. 

2 Bonus Functionalities in the Settings Page

Backup – SQL Download

When you  want to download your customer data collected by WP FootPrint plugin, you can simply go to the Settings page and click on the Download button within the Backup tile at the end of the page. 

Erase Data – Remove all User Data

If you click on the Truncate button, you will erase all the data previously collected by the WP FootPrint plugin. This feature will come in handy if you are restarting your business or if you installed the plugin to before you made your site live.

WP FootPrint => Visitor Dashboard

When using the WP FootPrint plugin for the first time, you’ll need to adjust your settings, which we covered in the previous section. 

After you start receiving visitors on your site, you can enjoy using the data collected in the Visitor Dashboard. 

You can access the Visitor Dashboard from sub-menu within WP FootPrint on your WordPress Admin panel.

Let’s check what type of data you’ll find within the Visitor Dashboard

When you click on the Visitor Dashboard, this is the first view that you’ll see. So, what type of information do you get here?

Guest visitors

In the first block, you find the number of Guest Visitors on your site. These are the visitors who haven’t registered and have landed on your site for the first time. This metric is important to keep a watch on in order to measure the effectiveness of user acquisition efforts. If you click on this block, you will be redirected to the Guest Visitors data on Visitor Insight dashboard which will present an in-depth insight about your unregistered visitors. 

Total product page views 

While browsing on a laptop or PC, you’ll get the data about your product page views. You get the data on how many product times the product page was viewed on a particular day. 


Second page displays information about the sessions on your site. You have a clear view on how many sessions were started on that particular day and the % comparison between yesterday and today. Alike the Guest Visitors block, if you click on the Sessions block, you will be redirected to the Visitors insights on the Sessions tab where you’ll find details about the session per visitor. 

Average time spent on page

Another important information that you get on this page is the average time spent on your product page today. 

Unique IPs

Most of the analytic tools do not provide you with the IP address of the visitors you are analysing. But you can easily get them on Visitor Dashboard section of the WP FootPrint plugin. You’ll find the number of new IP addresses that visited your site on a particular day. And you’ll also see the total number of IP addresses.  

Total visitors in cart & checkout page

When running an eCommerce site, the most important data is the conversion. How close to conversion were your visitors is defined by how many of them landed on your Cart and checkout pages.You will find this valuable data just beneath the Unique IPs block.


The journey that your visitor makes after landing on your site is the movement on your site. Think of a conversion funnel. A visitor lands on your landing page and goes to the products page – that is one movement. Then the same visitors visits a product detail page – that is second movement. These type of movements are necessary to make optimization on your conversion funnel. Visitor Dashboard of WP FootPrint clearly shows you the number of movements on a particular day and the total movements in your site. 

Movements from Cart to Checkout page

The most important movement is considered to be at the end of conversion path – movement from cart to checkout page. This metrics shows you how many visitors were really eager or purchased your products. 

You find this data just below the Movements block on Visitors Dashboard. If you do not find desired number of customers on this page, you need to make sure that you engage your visitors with the Visit Message plugin. 

Performance in last 30 Days

How is your business performing? This is a crucial piece of information and the best way to measure is by tracking the effectiveness with the insights on what points are weak and what needs improvement. 

This chart shows you a graphical representation of your monthly data based on how many product pages were viewed, how long did a visitor spend time on your site and how many visitors ended up in the checkout page after adding products to their carts. You can improve the results by using Shopping History plugin and Visit Message plugin

Active Sessions

Active sessions represent how many users were actively browsing on your site. This metric is important if you are using live chat operator and selling actively. 

What one needs to understand is that a product can only be sold or bought by a visitor who is actively browsing your site and products. 

This chart shows the number of active sessions on your site within the last 24 hours. If you look at the image presented here, there is only 1 active session meaning that the visitor count in this site is really low for any possibility of conversion. 

Top 10 products of your site

While running a business, if you stock products that are not likely to sell it is a blunder. And if you don’t stock those that have a high selling potential, that’s a mistake of equal magnitude. But how do you find which are the top products? 

This chart above shows you the products that you probably shouldn’t hesitate to invest on. The top 10 products of your eCommerce site is based on the visits. However, if you find that you have a product on the top 10 list but you haven’t sold any quantity of that product, you need to check that product listing on your site as well as check the competition also.

In the above chart, if you want to reduce your top 10 to top 5, just click on the product names and they’ll be removed from the chart. This way, you can reduce your top 10 list to top 5, top 3 or even the single product. 

Logged in Vs Guest Sessions

This chart shows you the comparison on the total sessions on your site by logged in visitors versus the guest visitors. 

Why is this metric important? 

Logged in visitors are the happy customers who have returned back to your site. These are the visitors to whom you can upsell or cross sell your products. 

Please note that if you have turned on the admin tracking, your sessions will also be included in the logged in tracking. 

Guest sessions are the visit records of those visitors who have not registered on your site. These are the new visitors whom you haven’t yet prompted to register on your site or they have registered but didn’t login to their account while visiting your products. 

You need to maintain a healthy balance between the logged in visitors and guest visitors to obtain an optimum conversion rate on your site. 

Top 5 Search Keywords on your site

This chart on your visitors dashboard will provide you the insights on how your visitors are searching for the product and which products are they mostly searching for.

You have a direct opportunity to improve the sales of these products by applying different sales tactics like discounts, loyalty rewards etc. 

Also, if you haven’t listed the products that come up in your top 5 search keyword list, you just opened up a high selling product which you had not thought about. 

Top 7 Recurring IPs

Visitors from the the top 7 IP addresses are displayed in this list. The total number of movements per IP address, the date when the visitor was last active on the site, a probability score to purchase and the score of customer is shown in this list. 

You can click on the given link of the visitor to check if the user is a registered user on WP-Users menu. This helps you to identify which user has highest potential to purchase more products from you. 

WP FootPrint Plugin => Sales Dashboard


Sales dashboard allows you to get all the sales related information for your ecommerce business. The first blocks inform you about how your site is performing in terms of sales revenue. 

Earnings today

The first block shows how much you have earned today by selling products on your site. If you further click on this block on the Sales dashboard, you’ll be redirected to the Sales Insights. 

Earnings this month

The second block on the sales dashboard shows you how much revenue you’ve earned on the current month. If you have a regular sales revenue target, this is the place where you’d look how much effort you need to put. 

Earnings last month

It is always necessary to keep growing your sales revenue, or at least not let it drop than the last month. So, here in the top section of the Sales Dashboard itself, we’ve provided you the sales revenue that you generated during the last month. 

Total Earnings

The last block shows you the total amount of sales that you’ve generated since the time you installed this WP FootPrint plugin.

In this part, you’ll find the average earning of this month and a comparison percentage between the last month. You will also find the average sales this month as compared to the last month. Then you’ll see the average earnings this year and the comparison between the earnings last year and average sales this year compared with the average sales of last year. This section helps you find out how well your sales performance has been between the last year and this year. 

Sales This Week Vs Last Week

This is the comparison report about sales this week versus the last week. You get to compare sales of the last week and this week on the daily level. Also this dashboard allows you to view all the sales that were made this week. 

Click on the View all sales this week link at the bottom of this report to view all sales made this week.

Sales This Year Vs. Last Year

This chart shows you the comparison between annual sales for this and the last year. With this report you’ll be able to compare the highest and lowest sales months through the charts. 

How to use this report? 

Take a review on the marketing activities that you’d taken on your previous month and the competitor action on the sales peak month of the last year. Then make sure you reach to that point and cross that point by replicating and going over those marketing actions for this year. 

Earnings Last Week Vs This Week

Your sales data provides you the number of products whereas your earnings shows how much revenue you actually earned by selling products. That what counts in business is your revenue and this chart shows you your earnings compared between the last week and this week.

 If you have a higher sales volume but low revenue, you need to check if there has been a change in internal or external factor for your high valued product that was sold more last week.

Earnings This Year Vs Last Year

This chart on the Sales Dashboard of WP FootPrint plugin shows you a comparative data about your earnings during the months of previous year and the current year. With this data, you can find out where you have room for improvement in terms of sales. 

If you find a decline in sales for the consecutive months of the current year as compared to the last year, you may need to analyse the visitors on your popular product pages and implement appropriate visit messages. 

This chart also allows you to view all the sales data of the year so you can easily find out which months are performing better and which are not. This also presents you with the opportunity to improve your inbound and outbound marketing activities for the specific months. 

Top 5 Products 

This chart shows you the top 5 products of your site. The top 5 products are taken based on the visitors interactions on these products and their journey to the cart page and from cart to checkout movements. 

What can you do with this data? 

You can improve conversions on your site for these products by offering discounts through Visit Message plugin for these products. Along with that, if you want to find out top 3 products excluding 2 of those, just click on those products and you’ll see the pie chart change to represent your top 3 products.

Top Buyers

One thing is for sure, if you have a few satisfied customers on your site, they will come back to purchase more products from you. 

Taking a look at who your top buyers are and what value they have spent on your site is not just interesting but also valuable. However, just letting them wander around your site like other visitors is not what you would want to do. 

WP FootPrint plugin Sales dashboard will help you identify them but it is up to you how you will nurture them. 

Offer loyalty rewards like coupons or gift cards, send personalized notes about upcoming offers – identify your top buyers and get in touch them personally.

Top 10 Categories of Your Shop

Within the Sales Dashboard of WP FootPrint plugin, you’ll find a section that’ll help you identify the top product categories of your eCommerce store. This analytics helps you understand what type of products should you add more to increase your sales. 

Not just that, if you are using promotions, adding the products of these categories will help you increase sales too. The chart shows you the revenue generated and the product categories. Above chart is taken from a demo store so you only see the categories unisex, Home, Men, and Women but when you install the WP FootPrint plugin, you will be able to see all your categories that are creating value for your business. 

It also helps you identify which product categories are not helping your business grow. You can make appropriate decisions accordingly.

WP FootPrint =>> Visitors Insights


When you want to find out about your visitors, like where they are from, what devices they used to visit your site and even which IP addresses they used, you will find the answer to all your questions in the Visitor Insights section. 

In the WordPress admin menu, you’ll find Visitor Insights within WP FootPrint below the Sales Dashboard section. 

We recommend you check this section at least every week if not every day. 

When you start checking your Visitor Insights, we have presented 4 main sections. Sessions data of your visitors, Movements of your visitors, data related to your Guest visitors and Searches performed by your visitors. 

Let’s take a look in detail about what each type of information these sections present to you.

Sessions Tab

When you click on the Visitor Insights submenu on WordPress admin panel, by default the Session Tab will open and present you with the session data of your visitors. 

ID: This is an internal field of your site. Each session is allocated an ID by default.This is for the identification purpose of each session and if you have shared your access with someone like marketing analyst, sending them the session ID to check will help them to identify the exact visitor. 

User IP: User IP is mostly not tracked by any of the analytics plugins. We’ve added this in order to help you better analyse your visitors. User IP address can tell a lot about the visitor and we do not recommend sharing your visitor IP address with anyone. 

Linked User: This column will display the username of visitor if the visitor has registered on your site. This will help you check which products has the user visited on your site. If you click on the username, it will take you to the WordPress profile of that visitor on your site. 

Browser and Platform: This column will display which operating system and which browser was used to visit your site for that particular session. It will help you to build the customer persona to conduct effective marketing activities. 

Is mobile? : Was the visit made using a mobile device or was it using a laptop/desktop? This column will only have two values as answer, Yes means the visitor browsed your site using mobile device, and no means they browsed using a laptop/desktop. If you see frequent mobile visits, make sure to increase promotions for mobile device users also to boost conversions. 

Is bot? : If you have enabled bot tracking in the settings, you will find this column also. Don’t worry if you have a lot of bot visits, they are crawling your site to check if they find any valuable information. Think about the crawlers of Google to index your site. However, alarming number of similar bot visits may mean something different so you may need to consult your security expert.

Collected email: If you are using the WPFPT Visit Message plugin and have enabled email collection, you will find this column also. This will display the emails collected for each session. Checking the details of a session for which the email is collected can help you create a pin-pointed sales target. 

Created at: This column will display the date and time when the data for session activity was collected. 

Action: This column will provide you with two actions – View the session data and delete the session data. If your visitors are not registered, viewing will only take you to the user’s activity view. 

Movements Tab

The Movements section will offer you to analyse movements of the visitors on your site. You will find the Session ID, User IP, Visited URL, Post Type, Is single Page?, Created at, and Action data within this view. We’ll look into each of these and explain what these mean. 

Session ID: Here the session ID of each visitor will be recorded. If you see a single session ID in one row and a different session ID in another, it has a good chance that the visitor with single session ID bounced after visiting the URL he/she landed on. Multiple session IDs will represent the movement from one page to another. 

User IP: User IP is mostly not tracked by any of the analytics plugins. We’ve added this in order to help you better analyse your visitors. User IP address can tell a lot about the visitor and we do not recommend sharing your visitor IP address with anyone. 

Visited URL: This column will display the URL of the pages that a visitor visited during his visit session. As mentioned before, a visitor may visit multiple URL during the same session. If you see an URL that most of the visitors visit once and don’t continue their movements forward, you may need to optimize that page or use the Visit Message plugin to display some message on that page. 

Post Type: This column will display the information about the pages visited by your visitors. Mostly, the column will present you whether the URL was a Post, a Page or a Product. This will help you understand which pages are visited mostly and help you in creating an effective user journey map. 

Created at: This column will display you the Date and Time related data of the visit session. 

Action: If the session was by admin or you don’t want to keep the record of such session, you have the option to delete the session data in this column.

Guest Visitors Tab

The data about your guest visitors will mean a lot if you are able to collect their emails using the WPFPT Visit Message plugin, as you will be able to directly send them emails with the products they viewed during their visit session on your site. However, let’s check what this view offers you: 

User IP:  User IP is mostly not tracked by any of the analytics plugins. We’ve added this in order to help you better analyse your visitors. User IP address can tell a lot about the visitor and we do not recommend sharing your visitor IP address with anyone. 

Last Active: This shows the date and time when the visitor was last time active on your site. Based on your settings about treat same session as same user, this data is created. 

Collected Emails: If you collected emails of the Guest visitors, it will display in this column. Taking these email addresses, you will be able to convert the guest visitors into customers and existing customers to repeat loyal customers – but that’ll depend upon your marketing expertise. 

Created at: This column will display the first visit date and time of the visit of your customers. If you find a difference in Last active and Created At date, you know that the visitor has checked your site before also. 

Action:  For the Guest visitors, clicking on View Profile will redirect you to the user’s activity view. You can also delete the Guest visitor data from this column. 

Searches Tab

This section will present you with the information – What your customers want to buy from you! If the products they are searching on your site is what you’re selling, you probably need to display it more prominently or if you haven’t stocked those products, you probably should. 

Under the Search view of Visitors Insights, you will find the Session ID of the visitor, the Search Keyword used on your site, the data created time and date and the Action to delete the entry. 

It is likely that a visitor has already found the product elsewhere like Amazon or eBay so you need to pay extra attention to the products searched on your site. What counts is personalization so make sure to use the Visit Message for these products. 

And along with that, you also should keep an eye on the competitor pricing and the product variations that they are offering. If you are able to offer free shipping to the countries where you sell the most that will be ideal. 

With that information, let’s move to the Sales Insights…

WP FootPrint =>> Sales Insights

This is probably the part where you would immediately jump into analysing, but you need to make sure that you’ve implemented the tricks presented to you. 

You can find the Sales Insights just below Visitor Insights within the WP FootPrint of your WordPress Admin menu. 

We’ve broadly divided the Sales Insights section into two – Customers and Orders. 

Let’s check what you’ll find within the Customers Tab first: 

Customers Tab

Within the Customers of Sales Insights on WP FootPrint plugin, you’ll find easily scannable data for 

  • Total Checkouts on your site, 
  • Number of Checkouts by Registered users, 
  • Number of Checkouts by Guest Users, 
  • Which Country did your customers buy from, 
  • What payment methods did they use and 
  • How many unique devices were used to buy from your shop. 

This data will give you the complete picture of your buyers’ persona. Target the country and device and keep the mostly used payment method intact in order to keep increasing your buying customers. 

Further, what more information can you get in this dashboard?

Within the All Buyers or Total Checkouts: 

Name: If the customer is a registered customer, the link on the name of the customer will take you to the buyer profile. If not, the name as entered during the checkout process will be displayed here. 

Email: Email of the customer who purchased products from your store will be displayed here. This will be the email that the customer entered during the checkout process.

Orders: Number of orders placed by the customer will be displayed here. This will help you identify which customer is a repeat customer and how many orders has he/she placed on your shop. If you click on the order number in this view, you’ll be able to find the order placed by all buyers. 

Spent: This will be the total value of products that the customer has purchased from you. The amount displayed will not include the shipping costs spent by the customer rather it will only show the sum of price he paid to purchase product from you. 

Last ordered on: This will display the date and time of the last order of the customer. You can use this data to find if your regular customer has not placed any order lately and win back the customer. 

Active IPs: This will display the IP address of the customer used to purchase products on your eCommerce store. 

Devices: Here you’ll find the platform and browser used to purchase from your store. As these are the technologies used by your buying customers, you need to ensure that your eCommerce site performance on these devices are almost flawless. 

Registered & Guest Users

Within the Registered and Guests you’ll find the data similar to the All Buyers. However, thought the data that you’ll find is similar, like: 

  • Name
  • Email
  • Orders
  • Spent
  • Last order on 
  • Active IPs, and 
  • Devices

How should you treat these data from Guest users and Registered users? 

For Guest users, you should aim to get them registered so that they imply a level of loyalty. You could implement certain loyalty rewards for registered members of your site only in order to make the feel more belongingness to your business. 

For Registered users, your site should display more personalized behavior such as saving and displaying the product view history, by using WPFPT Shopping History plugin. This will help you upsell or cross-sell products that your registered users want, easily. 


When you are selling online and selling internationally, the country from where your top buyers belong is of great importance to you. Knowing the country and understanding the culture of your customers will ensure that your customers stay loyal to your store. 

The country information on WP FootPrint plugin under  Sales Insights > Customers > Countries will provide you with the information: 

  • Name of the country
  • Total number of orders placed from that country
  • Total number of buyers from that country
  • Total sales revenue collected from that specific country
  • Top buyer from that country and, 
  • Last order placed from that country. 

Payment Methods

While running a successful eCommerce business, a small issue on the preferred payment gateway can cost a fortune. But what if you haven’t taken care about the preferred payment methods of your buyers? That is a big mistake. 

WP FootPrint plugin offer you to find out which payment method is mostly used by your customers to pay for the products they buy from you. 

Payment Method view displays payment method combined with the number of orders placed by buyers that helped to collect the defined revenue amount. It also displays the top buyer who uses the type of payment methods and the last order received using each payment method that you have offered your customers. 


The device and browser technology used to buy from your site is another important piece of information that WP FootPrint plugin offers you. You should use this information to ensure that the your site and the sales process on these devices are always intact. 

Let’s say, you are using live chat to make sure you customers get answers from the operators anytime they wish. Now, if the Device information from WP FootPrint plugin shows that your customers have purchased products using Safari browser, you need to make sure that your live chat is operational functionally in Safari browser in order to grab more customers. 

Under Devices in WP FootPrint plugin, you’ll find the 

  • Browser and technology used by your customers, 
  • How many orders were placed using that technology, 
  • Which customer used that technology to buy from your site and 
  • When was the last order made using that technology

Orders Tab

Within the Orders of Sales Insights of WP FootPrint plugin, you’ll find the data related to the product orders placed by your customers. Let’s see what type of information you’ll find under each column

Order: Who placed the order? You’ll find the name of the customer who placed the order in this column along with the email address of the customer. 

Date: Here you’ll find the date and time of order placement 

Status: Here you’ll find the status of that order, whether it is processing, completed or on-hold. This is the data derived from WooCommerce. We’ve shown this data here so that you don’t miss to process any orders.

Total: Here, you’ll find the total amount for the order placed by your customer. This amount will be the sum of the orders placed by an individual customer.

Item: Here, you’ll the total number of orders placed by an individual customer.

Paid by: This column represents the payment method use by the customer for the order made. This data is taken from your WooCommerce and the connected payment methods that your customers choose are displayed here. 

Country: Country from where the order is placed is displayed here. However, if the delivery address on checkout is different than the order country, the address filled out during checkout is displayed here. 

Meta: This column will display the IP address and technology used by your customer to place the order on your WooCommerce site.

What more does WP FootPrint plugin offer you?

 When you start using the WP FootPrint plugin, you are also able to find the number of units sold and the earning amount at the most convenient location – All Products section of your WooCommerce. 

You will be able to find this data for all your products right at the Products table of WooCommerce so you don’t have to keep searching for the total quantity of each individual product sold elsewhere. 

Next, WP FootPrint plugin adds Activities link to the WP Users so you can easily check the activities of any registered users on your site. 

Please note that if you want to check the activities of your Admins, tracking for admins should be enabled in the Settings of WP FootPrint plugin. 

WP FootPrint plugin also adds the Count of sales and Earnings value to the WooCommerce plugin table on the product category level so even when you are checking the product categories on WooCommerce or about to add a new category, you will stay informed about which product is beneficial for your business.

User’s Activity View – The FootPrint of all users on your site

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