1. Generate a Workspace
In order to integrate Google Tag Manager in your store you need to configure a workspace. This is a very specialized and time consuming task. In this tab you can generate a ready-to-work workspace in the matter of seconds. Once you received it by email (attached as a file named
workspace.json) you can import it in the Google Tag Manager container that you plan to use in your store.
Note that we can’t guarantee that our add-on behave the proper way if you use a workspace created or modified by other means, like manually or using other tools.
Google Tag Manager
- GTM Container ID: The Container ID of the workspace you’ll use in your store. This is the only mandatory field in order to generate a workspace.
- Google Analytics UA: The Tracking ID from your Google Analytics account.
- Google Analytics Enhanced E-Commerce: Check this to track product lists, product clicks, add/remove to cart, purchases, promotions…
- Google Optimize: The ID of your Google Optimize account. Normally it’s the same as the Google Tag Manager Container ID.
- AdWords Conversion
- AdWords Conversion ID.
- AdWords Conversion Label.
- Standard / Dynamic Remarketing
- Standard / Dynamic Remarketing Conversion ID.
- Standard / Dynamic Remarketing label.
- Prefix ID.
- Suffix ID.
- Hotjar site ID.
- Pinterest Pixel
- Pinterest ID.
- CrazyEgg Tracking
- CrazyEgg ID.
- Criteo OneTag
- Criteo ID.
- Facebook Pixel
- Facebook Pixel ID.
- Bing Ads
- Bing Ads tag ID.
- Yahoo Native & Search Dot
- Project ID.
- Pixel ID.
Once you finish configuring the tags you want to track, click on the Generate Google Tag Manager Workspace button. You’ll receive an email with your
workspace.json file attached. Import this file in the Google Tag Manager container that you configure.
Remember that we can’t guarantee that our add-on behave the proper way if you use a workspace created or modified by other means, like manually or using other tools.