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    Configuring Third-Party Tracking for a Portal Experience

    In this topic you will learn how to configure third-party tracking for a Portal Experience.

    To configure the Third-Party Tracking settings for a Portal Experience, edit the experience and click SITE CONFIGURATION > Third-Party Tracking in the left navigation. Portal Experiences can be integrated with, or use services provided by, other third-party sites:

    To access the tracking settings, edit the experience and click SITE CONFIGURATION > Third-Party Tracking in the left navigation.

    Integrating with Google Analytics

    Gallery includes the ability to send tracking data to Google Analytics. When you create a new property to track in Google Analytics, Google will provide a Tracking ID and tracking code that must be added to your site. The Tracking ID is used to tell Google Analytics which account and property to send data to and should be entered into the Google Analytics field. The tracking code can be added to your site in one of these ways:

    • Custom header/footer HTML - If you are using custom header/footer HTML for your site, you can paste the tracking code in as part of the header/footer HTML
    • Specify a custom JavaScript file - Save the tracking code into a .js file hosted on your domain and then point to it using the custom JavaScript property for the site

    By adding the Tracking ID in Site Settings, you get the default "pageview" analytics. Gallery will add the minimum required JavaScript for the same. Adding tracking code as part of a custom header or in a custom JavaScript file allows you to add more specific analytics. For example, you can add custom code for click or other events.

    To learn more about Google Analytics and to create a Tracking ID for your site, visit the Google Analytics website.

    Integrating with Google Tag Manager

    Gallery includes the ability to include code from Google Tag Manager. Paste the appropriate code into the <head> or <body> sections.

    To learn more about Google Tag Manager, visit the Google website.

    Integrating with Eloqua

    Gallery includes Eloqua page tracking scripts to allow you to track visits to your website. If you want to integrate your site with Eloqua, you should enter your Eloqua Site ID.

    Integrating with Marketo

    Gallery includes Marketo page tracking scripts to allow you to track visits to your video sites. If you want to integrate your site with Marketo, you should enter your Marketo Account ID.


    Page last updated on 21 Jun 2020