This article describes how the Load Order Manager feature works and how to use it.
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Improve the way you view and manage tags and extensions with the Load Order Manager. The Load Order Manager combines tags and extensions on a single screen to show a high-level overview of their execution order. This view provides a separate interface to edit the order of operations of your tags and extensions. Use this interface to view the actual order that tags and extensions are loaded and quickly change their order.
The main list view for tags and extensions can be sorted and filtered without affecting the order of execution of the viewed items.
The Load Order Manager screen is displayed as two panels. The side panel shows each scope of the execution order that a tag or extension can appear and the main panel shows each tag and extension in their exact execution order.
The side panel lists each scope of the execution order and the number of items currently assigned to that scope. Click a scope to scroll the main panel directly to that section.
The main panel displays each tag and extension grouped by their execution scope. Use this view for the following actions:
For additional information about order of operations, see Understanding Order of Operations.
Use the following steps to start using Load Order Manager:
From the Load Order Manager screen, use the following steps to drag and drop a tag or extension to change the execution order within a scope:
From the Load Order Manager screen, use the following steps to drag and drop a tag or extension to change the execution order and move to a different scope:
Invalid moves are prevented. You can only drop into a valid scope.The tag or extension you moved is now in the new position.
For ease of use, use the quick links menu of each tag or extension.
Use the following steps to change the execution order of a tag or extension using the drop-down menu:
From the Load Order Manager screen, use the following steps to change the execution order within a scope by editing the order number:
From the Load Order Manager screen, use the following steps to perform bulk reordering of one or more tags or extensions:
You can now use text to filter your searches for tags or extensions for more refined search results. You can filter by Label, Title, Type, or UID.
The following example looks for items with the GA label to identify items marked for General Availability (GA).
Use the following steps to search for items with the GA label: