Support » Plugin: Intelligence » Button tracking

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  • Plugin Author tomdude

    (@tomdude)

    Yes. There are a few different methods for setting up button tracking. The most common way to do it is to set up an Intelligence Event for tracking. To do this go to WP Admin > Intelligence > Settings > Events > Add event.

    Most of the fields you can leave blank. This is an example of what to enter to track clicks on all buttons with the markup:

    <button class="btn">Click me</button>

    General:
    Title: Button Click
    Event trigger:
    Selector: button
    On Event: click
    Availability:
    Enable event on: All pages except those in the Page list below

    You can adjust the settings if there are specific buttons you want to track. For example, if you want to track just buttons with the class “track-click”, you would change the Event trigger: Selector: “button.track-click”.

    tomdude,
    Many thanks, I did like this image (https://snag.gy/MtTfYg.jpg) and I will try to observe.

    Best Regards

    is it normal to come (not set) on the label (https://snag.gy/xSey4F.jpg)?

    Plugin Author tomdude

    (@tomdude)

    Yes, by default. If the button was a link, the label would be the href of the link. But for a button Intelligence doesn’t have an automatic default.

    You can set one though either using markup on the button or setting the label in the Intel Event settings.

    If you can point me to the button(s) on your site you are trying to track I could better advise how to set a label.

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