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- Tracking::__construct() – Creates the Tracking object.
- Tracking::enqueue_tracks_scripts() – Enqueue script necessary for tracking.
- Tracking::init() – Prevents the Tracking from being intialized more then once.
- Tracking::jetpack_activate_module() – Track that a specific module has been activated.
- Tracking::jetpack_connection_register_fail() – Track a connection failure at the registration step.
- Tracking::jetpack_connection_register_success() – Track that the registration step of the connection has been successful.
- Tracking::jetpack_deactivate_module() – Track that a specific module has been deactivated.
- Tracking::jetpack_user_authorized() – Track that the user has successfully received an auth token.
- Tracking::jetpack_verify_api_authorization_request_error_double_encode() – Track that the site is incorrectly double-encoding redirects from http to https.
- Tracking::jetpack_verify_secrets_begin() – Track that we’ve begun verifying the secrets.
- Tracking::jetpack_verify_secrets_fail() – Track that we’ve failed verifying the secrets.
- Tracking::jetpack_verify_secrets_success() – Track that we’ve succeeded in verifying the secrets.
- Tracking::jetpack_xmlrpc_server_event() – Handles the jetpack_xmlrpc_server_event action that combines several types of events that happen during request serving.
- Tracking::record_user_event() – Send an event in Tracks.
- Tracking::tracks_build_event_obj() – Procedurally build a Tracks Event Object.
- Tracking::tracks_get_identity() – Get the identity to send to tracks.
- Tracking::tracks_record_event() – Record an event in Tracks – this is the preferred way to record events from PHP.
- Tracking::wp_login_failed() – Track a failed login attempt.
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