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How can I verify if third-party tags are firing via Adobe Launch?

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04-07-2019

I have a couple of Google Ads + Custom HTML tags that I want to fire on certain rules [page view/action taken].

How can I check if these are firing as intended?

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11-07-2019

If console.log() is added to the Action and you can't see it in the Chrome console, then the Action may not be working.

Also note that _satellite.notify() should be replaced with one of _satellite.logger. methods that were introduced in Launch.

Another debugging approach I would recommend is to review the Network tab that shows all requests sent from the page (look for the tags you implemented in the Action block).

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Hi Adil,

You can verify the intended pixels through network tab by searching the particular pixel ID or you can use chrome extensions like "Facebook Pixel Helper", "Google Tag Assistant" and "Omnibug".

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Hi Mohanrao,

If I wanted to confirm this in console.log, is it possible?

I've created a rule where the Event is a Direct Call to load my Launch library, No conditions [so it should fire on page load] and an Action where I tried:

console.log("Console.log fired"); - It didn't show in Console

_satellite.notify("Console.log fired",1) - It didn't show in Console

This is strange because my Adobe Launch script is loading and I can see the variables being populated in Cloud Debugger.

How can I verify if an action took place within my rule?

Thanks