Google Tag Manager is a tool that allows you to use tracking scripts and gather analytics on your website without having to modify the site's code.
Bold Cashier allows you to use Google Tag Manager to expand on your analytics for your checkout process. You're about to track your customer's journey through your site to ensure their checkouts are completed.
In order to complete this integration, you will need to have a Google Tag Manager account to deploy your tags to Cashier.
Cashier also has a direct integration with Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel. If you use either of these already, and have the tracking tag in your Google Tag Manager Container, you may be seeing your checkout events being tracked twice. If you have Google Tag Manager enabled, we suggest that you use it for all your analytics tracking.
To enable Google Tag Manager within Bold Cashier, please follow these steps:
- From Shopify's admin, select Apps.
- Select Bold Cashier
- Select Settings, then Analytics.
- Under "Google Tag Manager (GTM)", enter your GTM Container ID.
- Select Save.
- Select I Accept.
Note: By accepting the terms of service with using Google Tag Manager, you are agreeing to be responsible for the security of your customers' data.
Google Tag Manager is only available for certain payment gateway. By enabling Google Tag Manager, you are also accepting responsibility for the security and privacy of your customer's data.
Google Tag Manager is currently only available for use with the following payment gateways:
- Bambora North America
- Checkout V2
- Fat Zebra
- MasterCard Internet Gateway Service (MiGS)
- Payflow Pro
- QuickPay V10
- Secure Pay Australia
- USA ePay
The following apps may change or affect information sent through Google Tag Manager:
Initial orders will be tracked with tags deployed by Google Tag Manager. However, any recurring orders will be unable to be tracked.
The currency that the order is in will be passed through Google Tag Manager.
Google Tag Managers tracking ends when a customer lands on the Thank You page. This means that any product added with the "Upsell after checkout" option will not be tracked by Google Tag Manager.
Google Tag Manager is a solution offered and maintained by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”). This solution is a tag management solution used to manage tags, or small code elements, used for tracking and analytics. If you enable the use of Google Tag Manager in your checkout, the solution allows you to embed third party scripts, and causes tags to be activated, that may have access to your customers' personal information and collect data.
- The Google Analytics Terms of Service located at: https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html, and
- The Google LLC Advertising Program Terms.
If you have third party scripts and/or tags delivered through Google Tag Manager, you hereby acknowledge and agree that Bold Commerce is not responsible for third party scripts and/or tags. Please ensure that you trust the third party scripts you are installing, as they can cause issues and security vulnerabilities.
Bold Commerce reserves the right to limit or modify access to items of data accessible or available via the checkout page in response to security or privacy considerations.
There are many different types of tags that you can set up with Google Tag Manager. Please visit Google Tag Manager's supported tag list for more information.
You are also able to create custom HTML tags and custom image tags (intended for adding a tracking pixel). Some more common uses for Google Tag Manager is HotJar for heatmaps and recordings, Google Ads, and Pinterest Tags.
If you require assistance in setting up Google Tag Manager for your store, please submit a request for a Shopify expert.