GTM Preview & Debug - Does it work with any of the implementation methods?

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    CookieInfo

    Hi Pilip,

    Yes, that will work.

    Using manual cookie blocking mode (adding tags manually to your scripts/cookies - in your case within GTM) allows you to use the GTM preview mode without any problems. In fact, this is still the de-facto solution most of our customers use and prefer, just because they already use a tagging system (GTM).

    Alternative implementation guide: https://www.cookieinfo.net/en/knowledge-base/implementing-cookiebot-with-google-tag-manager/ 

    Regards,


    Ruud Falkena

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    Filip Tepsic

    Hi Ruud,

    thank you very much! Okay, I think we will then proceed with that approach. 

    This being said, going via GTM would mean we have to hand over the implementation to the 3rd party supplier. In the meantime, we have customized the overlay in many ways, as solutions required by our client. We have quite a bit of javascript modifications going on from our side to achieve the experience our client was looking for.

    If we hand over the implementation, can we still manage the customization from our side, or do we need to hand this over to the 3rd party, too? We're talking about extensive styling changes as well as behavioral changes regarding pre-selections when users open advanced options.

    I hope that via GTM, only the loading is managed, but the rest continues to be done via HTML/CSS etc. of the website itself.

    Thanks,

    Filip 

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    CookieInfo

    Hi Filip,

     

    Well that depends on your situation and how you've set up GTM.

    The loading (triggering) is managed by GTM, including the loading of the cookies. So you need to make sure you have the triggering (eg Analytics) done by GTM so you can add an analytics tag. You won't use the script on the website.

     

    Regards,


    Ruud

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