Session time is 30 minutes and is extended if the user is still having interaction with the pages.
Params, such as UTM params, referrer, and geolocation information collected automatically and will be available on every you will analyze in the platform.
Page view events are being collected automatically, and there is nothing needed to implement.
If you would like to collect page view manually, simply add the flag manualPageView: true to the pixel script, for example:
Then, fire page view events with:
In order to fire track events, use the following example:
window.dtl.track(category, action, label, value)
Typically the object that was interacted with (e.g. 'Video')
The type of interaction (e.g. 'play')
Useful for categorizing events (e.g. 'Fall Campaign')
A numeric value associated with the event (e.g. 42)
If you want to send an event without label, just pass null instead.
window.dtl.track(“Video”, “Play”, null, 450)
Arguments can be omitted when empty.
Our platform provides user identification as well as retrospective detection. It means that a user is colored on first interaction with your website, and later, if he is registered or logged in after a few days, we are able to attach all his previous sessions.
In order to identify a user within a session, use the following functionality:
window.dtl.identifyUser(ID, email, name)
User’s UUID on from your database.
User's full name
// only uuid window.dtl.identifyUser(“2432-23423-234”) // uuid, email window.dtl.identifyUser(“2432-23423-234”, “[email protected]”) // uuid, email, name window.dtl.identifyUser(“2432-23423-234”, null ,”John Smith”)
If you are having any issues during the implementation, contact us.
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Updated 8 months ago