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22-07-2020

Hello everyone,

 

Any suggestion how to track multi-choice in the form? I was thinking to send a beacon to Analytics with chosen elements and read them by using classification.

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Luca

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Hi, @1982luca - I would suggest tracking all selected options when the form is submitted. Capturing the data in either a list-enabled prop or a listVar would make it so classifications (for breaking the data apart) wouldn't be necessary.

For example, either of the following approaches would let you report on "red," "yellow," and "blue" as individual line items:

s.prop1 = "red,yellow,blue";

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s.list1 = "red,yellow,blue";

 

 

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