Este tutorial está basado en la implementación de la antigua ley de cookies anterior al RGPD. Aunque los conceptos básicos siguen siendo aplicables, no recomiendo el uso de esta implementación en la actualidad
Good morning, in today's tutorial we are going to see how to create the triggers that we are going to need to implement European Cookie Law thanks to Google Tag Manager.
Which is a Google Tag Manager enabler.
In Google Tag Manager an activator is defined as a condition whose evaluation results in "true" or "false". Activators define when a tag is activated or not. Therefore, ALL the labels that we define must be associated, at least to an activator.
Creating the Activators
In the case at hand, the implementation of European Cookie Law, we will need to create four triggers:
- Click on the link
- Accepts cookies
- Cookies accepted
- Cookies not Accepted
And without more, let's see in the video how to create these four activators.
As you have seen, it is very easy to create the triggers. In the next two videos you will see how to create the labels we will need to be able to correctly implement the European Cookie Law.
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