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How to add SmartPixel code in DTM?

cathyw49544988
Level 6
Level 6

Recently we want to move all of our tracking work from GTM to DTM.  then I ran into a question:

in GTM, it is pretty easy to add some third party code, like AdRoll, Crazy egg by select those as the tag type and then provide the account info. But I didn't find the similar thing in DTM. Anyone knows how to add those tags in DTM?

Thanks,

-Cathy

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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Level 10
Level 10

Hi Cathy,

Third party tags can be deployed via the "Javascript/Third Party Tags" section in your rules or tools.

Dynamic_Tag_Management__by_Adobe.png

Depending on when the tag should be loaded or fired will depend on which section you should place the tag in. The third-party section supports both sequential and non-sequential javascript and sequential HTML.

Cheers,
Jantzen

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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Level 10

Hi Cathy,

Third party tags can be deployed via the "Javascript/Third Party Tags" section in your rules or tools.

Dynamic_Tag_Management__by_Adobe.png

Depending on when the tag should be loaded or fired will depend on which section you should place the tag in. The third-party section supports both sequential and non-sequential javascript and sequential HTML.

Cheers,
Jantzen

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cathyw49544988
Level 6
Level 6

Jantzen,

Yes. This is normally how I add the third party code. But I will have to copy the code there. I am wondering does DTM have the the pre-implemented company code? then we can do similar thing as I did in GTM?

stephenr6438258
Level 3
Level 3

Hi Cathy,

Unfortunately DTM does not have the tagging (i.e. doubleclick) pre-implemented feature like GTM. However from what I've seen of Adobe Launch that will have plugins which will be able handle this type of thing.

We currently run GTM for agency 3rd party tags and keep everything Adobe within DTM.

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Level 10
Level 10

Thanks for the great insider tip ^

You are correct, Launch is being built as a platform to accommodate third-party developed extensions to add almost any functionality. If you're interest in learning more about Launch, go ahead and have a look at our Launch, by Adobe​ community.