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05-18-2020 06:27 AM
I know this is possible but just need to confirm if what I am thinking is correct.
My company plans to track the number of people completing a form on another website (Company ABC). Basically, we have a CTA on the page e.g. "Book Now" and upon clicking on this CTA, it redirects users to Company ABC's (external vendor) online form. From there, we want to track the number of form start and complete.
In order to do this, I understand that we will need Company ABC to implement our company's utag.js. My questions are:
Looking forward to your suggestions.
05-20-2020 02:48 AM
Hi @max_wong ,
If you want to trigger the events(Utag.link, Utag.view) for the booking form, as you told, first you need to implement the utag.js code.
If you want to trigger the events from the Company ABC website itself then you need utag_data to define.
And If your form having different stages as you mentioned from start to the completion of booking. Yes you can able to trigger events for each stage of the booking funnel. Then you can use these event information in audienceStream to track the number of people completing a form on website (Company ABC).
Md Aaqib Uddin
Software Implementation Specialist at Rezultize/Digitalinterakt
05-26-2020 05:00 AM
Thanks for your response.
We would prefer to use TiQ to track conversion data. I understand that by default, TiQ captures data in the default variables (see below image):
Therefore, is it possible to use the TiQ data to capture form start and form complete conversions if the URLs are different? For example:
Form start: www.abc.com/form/1234
Form complete: www.abc.com/form/1234/thankyou
If so, then there isn't a need to implement utag_data but just utag.js?
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