Have you ever been tired of not being able to run different scripts or send an event to your Facebook pixel whenever someone signs up in your sleeknote?
We recently started sending events to Google Tag Manager when someone signs up in your sleeknote and this might be the solution you’re looking for.
How to use your Sleeknote event in Google Tag Manager
The event will always be called “SleeknoteSubscriber”, meaning that if you wish to fire a range of tags based on the sleeknote event, regardless of specific variables, just use this as your trigger (see how to do this further down).
- First, you’ll have to set up the tag you would like to fire on the sleeknote event. This process entirely depends on what you would like to do. See our blog post on the topic for examples.
- Next, set up a new trigger and select “Custom event”.
- Type in “SleeknoteSubscriber” in event name and save your trigger.
- Now, set your tag to fire with your new Sleeknote-event trigger.
See this short video on how to do this:
How to find variables for the event (advanced)
If you want to use specific variables from the event, you can follow these steps:
- Go to your Google Tag Manager account.
- Click “Preview” in the top menu and go to the website where your Google Tag Manager script is implemented.
- You should now be able to see the Google Tag Manager debugger in the bottom of the window.
- Sign up in your sleeknote. An event called “SleeknoteSubscriber” should fire when you submit the sleeknote.
- Click on the event and go to “Data Layer”. In the Data Layer, you can see all variables that are included in the event.
Note: The event will always be called “SleeknoteSubscriber” regardless of what type of sleeknote you are using.