Support » Plugin: Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterInsights » Does it support Enhanced Link Attribution? How to enable it?

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  • I have the same question – please let us know! Surely you have a way to do it (especially in WP menus), since there is a field for that code in the advanced settings.

    Go to Settings >> Google Analytics >> Check “Show advanced settings:”

    Go to “Custom Code:” and paste

    var pluginUrl = '//www.google-analytics.com/plugins/ga/inpage_linkid.js'; _gaq.push(['_require', 'inpage_linkid', pluginUrl]);

    NOTE: There seems to be a little bug. The single quote (‘) is escaped each time the settings are saved. So, each time you go in to change a setting, you need to re-paste the code.

    Hey, thanks for the update on how doing this.

    Glad to have your response very quickly.

    Thank you 🙂

    thanks, but doesnt work for me … the hint with the bug “single quote” was helpful, but in analytics I can’t see any difference in the inpage analysis. its showing the same stats for every of the 5 frontpage-links on an example page.

    For this to work correctly.. each of your buttons should have unique id. Verify it and and then see change after some days.. do you get it working?

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