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rakuiboulhasan
Jan 16, 2022
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As the name suggests, scroll depth tracking is a method of tracking how users scroll through your site.Scroll tracking can be applicable to almost any site and provides insight into the non-interaction behavior of users on your site. In other words, it's a way to understand how users move around your site, even if they don't click anything.Why Track Scrolling Behavior?Tracking scroll depth allows you to easily gain insight into users' scrolling behavior on your site, how users are digesting your content, and underlying trends in your site's user experience. Scroll depth tracking can also validate other metrics, such as bounce rate or conversion rate, to give your analysis another dimension.How to track scroll depth in GTM?With the native scroll depth variable in Egypt Phone Numbers List Google Tag Manager (GTM), implementing scroll tracking on your site is easier than ever.You don't know what GTM is? Look at this!Step 1: Open Google Tag Manager and make sure the built-in scroll variables are configured.Go to "Variables" and configure the built-in scroll variables.built-in variablesThe Scroll Depth Threshold is the numeric value that determines when the trigger will fire. The scroll depth threshold can be set by percentage or pixels (considered as the units of scroll depth). Scroll direction can be set to horizontal or vertical page scroll and works with scroll depth units to trigger the trigger.scroll through variables While side-scrolling is one of the biggest faux pas in web design, a side-scrolling site can be very visually appealing when executed correctly.Have you implemented horizontal scroll tracking yet? If so, leave us a comment! We would like to know your use case for implementing horizontal tracking.Step 2: Configure the “Scroll Depth” trigger To configure the scroll depth trigger, click "New" in the Triggers window and select "Scroll depth" for the trigger type.
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