One service that Google offers is Google Tag Manager (GTM), which makes it easier to add code, such as Google Analytics tags, to your storefront. With GTM, you can store all of your tags
GTM is available to all merchants who are on the Shopify Plus plan. This guide will instruct you on utilizing Google Tag Manager with ReCharge.
Before you start
- Your Google Analytics account and property must be set up and e-commerce reporting enabled.
- You must connect your Google Tag Manager account to your Shopify account before connecting ReCharge. You can find Shopify’s instructions on installing GTM here.
- Using GTM is outside of our scope of support as per our design policy. We recommend looking over Google's GTM documentation or using a service like LittleData if you have any questions with setting up GTM.
Adding GTM script to the first page of the checkout
- Select the wrench icon from the ReCharge Dashboard.
- From the Settings drop-down menu select Checkout.
Adding GTM script to the second page of the checkout
As an added security measure we do not allow changes to be made to the second page of the checkout. This is to protect you and your customers from any malicious activity or data scraping at the payment collection page.
However, you typically do not need to add the GTM script to the second page of the checkout if enabled on the first page of the checkout and the thank you page. If a customer is identified on page one of the checkout, and the thank you page, you can assume that they made it through the funnel. If the customer is only displayed on the first page of the checkout, but not on the thank you page, they did not complete their order, and therefore did not end up on the second page of the checkout.
Note: If you are a ReCharge Pro merchant, please reach out to our support team regarding page 2 of the checkout.