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10-25-2015 03:31 AM - edited 10-26-2015 07:32 PM
I have 3 questions on Google Universal analytics variable mapping.
Hello again @ani2012. @cherr_batac pointed me to this post: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/User-Documentation/SERIES-Google-Universal-Analytics/ta-p/9494
Hopefully it will answer some of your questions.
I have the same question, but the link isn't really helpful for this specific question.
The documentation only says that there is an option to map custom dimensions but not what the event types stand for.
05-20-2016 01:49 AM - last edited on 05-20-2016 09:55 AM by kathleen_jo
The true "scope" of custom dimensions and metrics is defined in the GA interface when you create the dimension (here I'm referring to hit/session scope, that used to be defined client-side in the legacy GA tag by using different cvar numbers e.g. 3.1).
Google also supports sending hit-level custom dimensions specifically for different kinds of events, for example transaction, product view, product click etc. These events are generally defined by setting the "enh_action" mapping in the tag (see here https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tags-and-Client-side/Google-Universal-Analytics-Tag-Enhanced-E-Co...). These events can be selected from the drop-down boxes in the custom dimensions/metrics tab in the mapping toolbox.
Does this answer your questions?
thanks for your reply and answering my question.
Another question is, what is the difference between "All page hits (set)" and "pageview"?
Does "All page hits (set)" mean even in case of asynchronous calls and "pageview" only in case of a page reload?
And what does the "(set)" mean?
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