That would work. However, Tealium would now be dependent on jQuery to load first, and everything would start to load slower because of this.
The two solutions I have thought of is
1 - to create a queue that gets read by Tealium once it has loaded; and sending utag.link/view into the queue;
2 - or to have a setTimeout loop that checks if Tealium has loaded before firing.
Either solution is not ideal if Tealium already has a workaround/solution that I'm not aware of.
As for the earlier solution of firing Tealium synchronously is a huge debate on it's own.
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