Hi Sabrina, I have been implementing the same for older version of GA (Universal Analytics). However, the approach should be the same. You should setup a utag.link() call using a DOM Ready extension. For example, if we talk specifically about Sign Up then try the following approach: 1. Identify the success and failure scenarios for Sign Up Form field validation appears - Failure Users clicks on Sign Up and is redirected to the profile page - Success 2. Understand the HTML elements that make up the Sign Up button for finding the correct JQuery selector Does it have an 'id' attribute or only 'class' attribute? Ensure that the id or class that you will use as a JQuery selector is unique to that element only. You can use document.querySelectorAll('#id or .className') to figure that out. 3. Make a JQuery onHandler extension with the following: JQuery Selector = #id or .class (explained how to find it in the previous step) Trigger on = 'click' Tracking Event = custom For this, you will have to code conditions of success and then populate the utag.data with 'signup_success' tealium event. This can be a good starting point for this. Then, you can figure out how to send them to GA using Data Mapping in your Google Analytics tag.
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Hi, Community: I have 2 questions about GA4's custom event: 1. It is possbile to see all the custom events we already had for the current Google analytics 3 tag, from Tealium system? 2. We have have many custom events for current GA version. If we launch GA4, do we need to install all of our custom events again ? If yes, during the transition period, we have custom event codes for old GA system, and will have new custom event codes for GA4. Will the old codes and new codes impact each other? Thanks!
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