The following tutorial demonstrates how to start collecting data about contacts’ interactions with a Progress YouTube video on your Sitefinity CMS site.
Verify that Google Tag Manager is available on your Sitefinity CMS instance:
You create the following variables:
Create the following triggers:
Create the following tags:
You can now publish the container.
To verify the YouTube videos interactions are properly tracked, you just need a browser and the URL of any Sitefinity CMS page with the embedded YouTube video (the example, in this tutorial you use Chrome). The trackPlayVideo tag should send to Digital Experience Cloud a separate interaction when a contact plays a video for the first time in the scope of a single visit.
Follow the steps:
Status code 200 OK and the correct data in Request Payload mean that the call to Digital Experience Cloud was successful.
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