• Thank you for participating in today's AMA! Stay tuned for the announcement of our next event, coming in about four weeks with Global Manager of Digital Strategy, @richardm. We welcome your feedback on this Ask Me Anything series, including your ideas for future TLC events. We’d appreciate a minute of your time to answer three quick questions that will help us continue to offer engaging events.   >>Give Feedback Here

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    Community Manager

    Jun 17, 2019

  • HiHave you checked in the browsers netwok calls.I normally have that on and filter out for what i am looking for.So if am looking for a floodlight to fire i normally just filter the name i am using in the floodlight call.If that doesn't seem to work, i check the console for errors,And if that doesn't work i normally track every datalayer update on this extension in tealium called : Tealium UTAG Debugger 

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    By dsavvy

    Tealium Expert

    Sep 5, 2019

  • One last thing my team would love for you to know is that we offer a variety of workshops to further your endeavors with Tealium. If you need help with your digital strategy relating to Tealium products, we encourage you to reach out to us via your Account Manager to get the process started. We can provide assistance with short or long term strategic planning, data visualization and reporting, customer identity resolution, and data orchestration strategies. This is a service available to all AudienceStream customers and we’d love to help you expand your capabilities.

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    Tealium Employee

    Aug 1, 2019

  • Hi @okbrown , if you want to persist the data from pageview to pageview, adding it to the UDO won't be enough.  utag_data and utag.data are just window-scoped JS objects, so they only last the life of the page. b is even more short-lived. You need to set a cookie (or use local/sessionStorage). The easiest way to do that in TiQ will be to set a cookie using the Persist Data Value Extension. So you might: Use a Generic Tag to make your HTTP request Use a tag-scoped JS Extension to set a callback for your Generic Tag, something like u.callback = function (response) { if (typeof response !== "string") response = "bar";  utag.link({    "event_name" : "data_callback",    "foo" : response  });} That callback will fire a utag.link event with the data from the response (obviously just illustration code).  Set up a Persist Data Value Extension to persist the value of foo to a cookie like utag_main_foo (you'll need to add both those through the Data Layer tab).  You can set that up with a condition so that it's only set on 'data_callback' events.  I'd suggest using a utag_main subcookie to make sure that the session recognition is consistent (some browsers handle that strangely, better to let TiQ's session logic handle it). Depending on your use case, you may also want to set a Load Rule on your Generic Tag so that it only fires when that cookie ( cp.utag_main_foo) isn't already set to make sure it only fires once per session. That's off the top of my head and I haven't tested it through specifically, but those are the building blocks I'd suggest using. Hope that helps? BestCaleb        

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    Tealium Employee

    Mar 27, 2019

  • I'm trying to achieve this same behavior. In my case it's blocking utag.view calls when widget_name is in the list supportiveWidgets:(function blockSupportiveWidgets(a, b) { if ( a === "view" && ((b.state_name != null && b.state_name === "init:state") || (b.event_name != null && b.event_name === "init:state")) ) { var supportiveWidgets = ["chat-client-nl-widget-ec"]; if ( b.widget_name != null && supportiveWidgets.indexOf(b.widget_name) > -1 ) { utag.DB( "blockSupportiveWidgets - utag." .concat(a, " call from ") .concat( b.widget_name, " blocked because it's in the list of supportive widgets (" ) .concat(supportiveWidgets.join(), ")") ); utag.loader.cfgsort = []; } } })(a, b);Setting utag.loader.cfgsort to an empty array seems to do the trick, but I'm still testing before it's production-ready. Will let you know how that goes.

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    Bronze Contributor

    Aug 28, 2019

  • Hi @parth_gupta199 ,Tyr using the below code, to capture the value of currency event,var userAmount = $('.ember-view.ember-text-field.form-control.amount').val();var currencyEvent = "event1, event16=" + userAmount;s.events = currencyEvent;s.pageName = "Payment Complete";s.eVar13=userAmount;s.t(); 

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    Silver Contributor

    Jun 8, 2019

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  • Any detailed implementation guide for "New marketplace tag: Curalate" using Tealium IQ ? if yes please share.

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    Rookie Contributor

    Feb 5, 2019

  • Hi THe multiple value exclude is always a tricky one, and the reason for its failure is that the condition Is it possible to set the condition in the reverse manner?Is popualted and contains....  

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    Tealium Expert

    Mar 12, 2019

    ACCEPTED SOLUTION

  • Hi MarkThat won't work as not all transactions are online. We have offline transactions being fed into Tealium nightly.Assuming this means we can't run a campaign this way, do you have any suggestions of how to do something similar without requiring the 'missing' math operators? (I'll submit a feature request for them, too)

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    By artywah

    Bronze Contributor

    Feb 14, 2019