We updated our public script. It has some cool new features.
To track campaigns you use UTM-codes. There are 5 different codes:
utm_term. To make it more readable we allow customers to use the aforementioned codes plus
But for some customers this is not desirable, so we created a way to opt-out. Add
data-strict-utm="true" to the embed script and we only allow the following codes:
We support collecting events with our auto events script. It’s now available for custom domains as well.
We added a session ID to page views. This makes it possible to link events to page views.
Build on top of events
It’s now easier to test and build on top of events for developers. Previously, we would forbid our script on localhost to prevent data being send from the developers’ computer. We now allow it and show a warning in the Developer Console of the browser when this happens. We allow events and page views to be send from localhost.
It’s usually a good idea to set
data-hostname="example.com" when working locally, so we know we should add the events to
If you are a developer you might want to see what changed in our open-source repository.