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How to setup funnel/goals when the urls are index.html#checkout

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I have an ecommerce site which is build in a way that every page's url is index.html#product or index.html#checkout/product1 with advanced ecommerce tracking.

 

How do I configure goals with Urls like that? GA seems to ignore the #checkout. When checking at Site Content > Pages nothing with # shows up, just the index.html itself.

 

Conversion tracking is working though because in GTM there are triggers configured for addtocart and purchase, but I have no idea how to access these triggers when creating a goal. 

Any ideas?

 

 

 

 

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How to setup funnel/goals when the urls are index.html#checkout

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This should help: http://www.trackify.co.nz/blog/tracking-anchor-tag-hashtag-pageviews-in-google-analytics

 

 

 

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How to setup funnel/goals when the urls are index.html#checkout

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thanks very much, this helped!

 

 

How to setup funnel/goals when the urls are index.html#checkout

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Happy to help. :-)

 

I myself had used this solution and it helped a lot in tracking full urls of the page where # is present in the url.