Support » Plugin: Super Web Share » There is a way to track it with Google Analytics?

  • Resolved tomaslago

    (@tomaslago)


    Hello! Tottally in love with this plugin, is super helpful!!!

    Im ussing Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics to track the interaction of the users ussing the button class or id. However, this plugin load the apps that users have installed, so the buttons are not fully programmed, am i right? How can I know how to track each social media button?

    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author Jose Varghese

    (@josevarghese)

    Hello @tomaslago ,

    Good day to you and thanks a lot for sharing your experience 🙂

    At this moment, we cannot track each social button to which the user shared the page or content as those were handled at the OS/Browser level. I’m planning up for a solution to track the conversions in another way with some ideas kicking over my mind.

    I’ll mostly get into this part and testing, once after a couple of releases to make the plugin compatible with AMP.

    Have a great day and thanks a lot again.

    What about if every auto-generated social media button have an unique id? Something like “sws-facebook/sws-twitter” in the loader.php.
    Just with that users can implement GA and GTM and track it easyly!

    Just thinkin out loud right here, dont take this badly.

    I will still ussing the plugin and wait for futures updates!

    Cheers from Argentina!

    Tomás Lago

    Plugin Author Jose Varghese

    (@josevarghese)

    Unfortunately, we cannot add unique id for each auto-generated social media button on native web share prompt. As at the end of web share native prompt, it only checks the text and link values and lists the social media apps which support to receive those values (an app which supports native app receivers). Hope that’s clarified a bit more in detail.

    Thanks a lot for your support again and if you have any cool feature ideas that can be implemented over Super Web Share, please write it over our public repository as a “Featured Request”. So that more people can help to make this small plugin a handy one.

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