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Hello,

 

I have recently set up google analytics on our website to measure  order placed. But it is not reporting.

Here is what I have done:

- admin -- goals -- new goal

- goal setup -- template -- place an order

- goal description -- goal name: Objednávkajitka dauc_dauc  and type: Event

- Category = Button

- Action = objednavka_odeslana

- Label = dauc_dauc

- Value greater than 2700

- Use the Event value as the Goal Value for the conversion: yes

- save

- On the actual button on the page I have placed this 

<button type="text" class="green-button" id="objednavkaFormSubmit" onclick="ga('send', 'event', 'Button', 'objednavka_odeslana', 'dauc_dauc');">Odeslat</button>

- Recording is turned On

 

Anyone sees what I have done wrong? Please let me know. Thanks in advance

 

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goals not reporting

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# 2
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If I read your settings correctly you have set that event value must be over 2700 before it counts as a goal. However you do not define value in your onclick event.


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goals not reporting

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Perfect, thank you so much.

goals not reporting

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Hi again,

 

sorry to bug you, but after we added the value, it is still not reporting

<button type="text" class="green-button" id="objednavkaFormSubmit" onclick="ga('send', 'event', 'Button', 'objednavka_odeslana', 'dauc_dauc', '2700');">Odeslat</button>

goals not reporting

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# 5
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no problem...

 

can you check with value set to 2701... since the rule is "greater than"


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