|Google Tag Manager now has a local parchment profundity following module|
The new component lets webpage proprietors track vertical and even looking on their site pages.
Google Tag Manager has included a local parchment profundity trigger instrument to report scroll-following information in Google Analytics.
As indicated by Simo Ahava's blog entry on the new element, the local parchment profundity trigger incorporates essential choices that enable clients to track both vertical and flat looking over. Webpage proprietors can track looking over action on all or select pages of a site.
"The new trigger accompanies all the base highlights you'd expect in a parchment profundity following module," composes Ahava, "There's no choice to track looking to particular HTML components, yet fortunately the as of late discharged Element Visibility trigger deals with this."
To empower the element, go to the "Trigger Configuration" menu inside Google Tag Manager and select "Parchment Depth." From there, clients can arrange "Parchment Depth Threshold," "Parchment Depth Units" and "Parchment Direction" following parameters.
While Ahava reports the new module functions admirably and makes it simple to set up a Google Analytics Event tag for scroll-profundity following, he takes note of that clients ought to be aware of certain following alternatives.
"On the off chance that you stack the page so you are on or have crossed any of the characterized edges, the gtm.scrollDepth trigger will naturally fire for every one of the edges you have crossed," composes Ahava, "Thus, on the off chance that you are at the exceptionally base of a page and you reload the page, GTM will fire a trigger for each of the edges 25%, half, 75%, and 100%, without the client unequivocally looking over."
As Ahava notices, there are additionally outsider alternatives for catching parchment following information by means of Google Tag Manager: Rob Flaherty's Scroll Depth jQuery module and LunaMetrics' Scroll Tracking formula.