We are trying to implement Custom Event Tracking in Adobe Dynamic Tag Manager, but I haven't found a way to use all parameters of s.tl() call.
s.tl(DELAY, TYPE, LABEL, OVERRIDES, CALLBACK);
In our case we need to use CALLBACK parameter to allow tracking on important links that should perform the default action (load new page). We would like to avoid DELAY parameter to keep the best possible User Experience (speed in this case).
Your answer is probably precize, but it doesn't satisfy me. Why should I bypass DTM in this case - maybe I would like to use DTM to fire multiple tags around this specific event and this would lead to the old days without TMS - I would have to do the implementation twice.
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Firstly, great question !! I am not surprised that it is lying here unanswered
Let me try my best to answer your question here, I haven't seen any option to by pass the in-built s.tl () tracking however if I push my brain hard, it does give me an option to do so but not sure if this is exactly you are looking for !!
There is an option in DTM Advance settings where you can set the Delay time in ms of your choice but wait, do not try more than 500 ms as sitecat doesn't support it !
Can't do much but just select the type from the drop down of the rule.
You can use a Data Element and put it thet in the given field.
Not sure if it would work but try to go back to the days of legacy implementation and put your s.tl() code with all the required parameters on the page code side and call the function. Please note that this will bypass the DTM and will send a call to SiteCat servers.
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