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Migration From a Non-Adobe Tag Manager to Dynamic Tag Manager

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07-06-2017

Hello,

My company has been using a Non-Adobe tag manager for some time, but I am interested in migrating to Dynamic Tag Manager in the near future. Does anyone have any insights on what should be expected from the migration process. Your comments are much appreciated.

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Hi ,

Adding on to what Kaushalendra said, Please refer the following link on Planning Your Migration to DTM .

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Kaushalendra
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08-06-2017

Hi rmm268​,

There are no strict guidelines to be followed as such. You can simply have the following planned:

- Populate the Data Layer to Data Elements

- Use Page Load Rules to load the content on page

- Within Page Load Rules use Third Party tags to add Third Party scripts and use default tool specific sections for populating values to Adobe Analytics, Target etc.

- Use Event Based rules for triggering calls/scripts for user actions

While all this is not very difficult to do, it requires proper planning and documentation.