Page-Specific Tracking Code
updated 12 months ago
Traditionally for pages to be tracked in-app, their URLs would need to be added inside the Actual URL field in each page module. Now, if you have dynamic URLs from checkout pages, webinar pages, or any registration page in general, you don't have to worry about figuring out what URL you need to put inside the Actual URL field.
For this case, you can now go into your page module and click on the settings button next to the Login button:
This will bring up a modal that contains a Page Specific Tracking Code. With this, you can copy and paste it inside the header or body of whichever page you want to track, and it will automatically associate clicks to this page module. This means that you do NOT need to put anything inside the Actual URL field in order for clicks to track correctly.
For this example we will be using a Wordpress page, but it will work for Webinarjam, Shopify, and any other platform that uses dynamic URLs. We'll go into our Wordpress dashboard and go to pages. Then we will access the page we want to track. Pull in a code or HTML element from your favorite page builder, and paste the Page Specific Tracking Code into the element. Then click update or publish.
Now when a person comes to that page, we will log a click to that page: