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How to add new tags to the Consent Preferences Dialog

Bronze Contributor
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Hi all,

we use the Consent Manager and I had to move one of the Doubleclick tags to a Generic Tag because they should be assigned different categories. Tealium Consent Manager only allows all DC tags to assign them to one category (under a general Doubleclick selecteion).

I added a new tag but it doen't show up in the category selection tab on the Consent Preferences Dialog.

Now I wonder what has to be done to let new tags show up there? BTW the tag loads regardless of given consent.

Thank you all,
Martin

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How to add new tags to the Consent Preferences Dialog

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Bronze Contributor

Hi all,

I opened a ticket and this is the preliminary result (state of 30th May 2018):

New tags should pop up in the Consent Preferences category config straight away, without the need to do anything (other than change the preset category if needed).
I used it with a Tealium Custom Container and it worked.

But:
A new Tealium Generic Tag will fail to popup and cannot be configured (Consent Preferences category wise)!
It will always fire (according to loadrules) regardless of activated Consent Manager.

Tealium will fix this bug in a later release of the Consent Manager.
Let's hope it will be done soon.

Kind Regards
Martin

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How to add new tags to the Consent Preferences Dialog

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How to add new tags to the Consent Preferences Dialog

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Hi @martin_streppel

The Tealium Generic Tag is now "exploded" so each indivual one will show in the preferences manager.

Hopefully you are not seeing any of the issues you were.

Adrian

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