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30-06-2020

I'm new in analytics, I have to find out the how many forms are completed so I created a rule in TMS but it's not working for testing I added alert into the custom code but again it not shown on the form submit

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30-06-2020

Hi Pradeep, 

 

There is no "one-size-fi)ts-all" solution for this.  Your solution is unique to how your site is setup. For example, does your form have a unique URL the visitor has to go to? Or is it some button you click and you get an overlay on a page? Is it embedded as an iframe on your site? 

 

However,  below are the two common methods to trigger a counter event in adobe analytics for form submissions

Method: To trigger a counter event when a submit button is click

<button onclick="myFunction()">Click me</button>

<script>

function myFunction()

{

s.events="eventN”; // eventN is the event assigned for tracking the number of form submissions

s.tl();

}

</script>

Note: This is just a sample custom code,however it will change based on the website

 

Here, s.tl(), function is mandatory to trigger a counter event in adobe analytics, Since you are facing a trouble in tracking, please check whether a s.tl() is added in the custom code

 

Refer to this link to understand the importance of s.tl function:

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/implementation/vars/functions/tl-method.html

 

Method 2:  If the "thank you" page has a unique URL, can the user only get to it upon successful completion or similarly if there is a attribute like “submitted successfully, thank you for submitting the form” in a unique element Id as a part of dom, you can trigger a counter event to track the successful form submissions in adobe analytics.

 

Hope this helps

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Hi Pradeep, 

 

There is no "one-size-fits-all" solution for this.  Your solution is unique to how your site is setup.

For example, It depends on, does your form have a unique URL the visitor has to go to? Or is it some button you click and you get an overlay on a page? Is it embedded as an iframe on your site? 

 

However, you can refer to the below common methods

 

Method 1: If the event as to be triggered when a submit button is clicked, 

<button onclick="myFunction()">Click me</button>

<script>

function myFunction()

s.events="eventN" // where eventN can be any counter event, which increments by 1 when ever submit button is clicked.

s.tl();

}

</script>

 

Here s.tl() function is mandatory so that event is tracked, refer to this link to understand the use of 

s.tl() function 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/analyze/activity-map/link-tracking/activitymap-stl-...

Since, you are facing a trouble in tracking the triggers, please check whether s.tl function is added. 

 

Method 2: If there is a unique url, where the visitor will reach after submitting a form, 

For instance like visitor reach to a page url with  "thank you/successfully submitted the form" in url path or dom element has a value like above, you can fire a adobe analytics trigger to capture no of times the form is successfully submitted

 

Hope this helps