In the Tracking Code settings you can define, among other things, the campaign parameter, milestones and download formats.
If you want to set which parameter should be used to detect your campaigns, enter the desired parameter here. Read more!
If the Still-Alive function is activated, the dwell time on the last page of a visit is tracked. This way, the dwell time can also be determined for bounce visitors. Enable this option if you track many visitors who have a dwell time of 00:00:00.
If Autotrack is enabled, downloads and events are tracked automatically. The Autotrack settings are opened via the gear icon. Here you have the possibility to specify which file formats you want to consider. You can delete existing entries as well as add new ones!
With the Heatmap Function setting you can specify whether the clicks for the heatmap should be saved or not. Deactivate this option if you do not want to use the heatmap, the clicks for it will then no longer be generated and saved. More!
Capture URL changes as page view
By enabling this option, all changes to your URL will be saved as a separate page call in LeadLab. This is helpful if, for example, you have created a website or landing page as a “onepager”. If a visitor clicks on an anchor link, for example, the act of clicking on an anchor is also saved as a separate page view.
Milestones give you the possibility to assign important pages of your homepage with a milestone (name) given by you. This means you can see in the statistics at a glance which crucial pages a visitor has looked at and how often they have accessed them.
Milestones are also helpful if your website does not have readable URLs, or if you want to map a funnel. Learn more!