In the deployment of the Tag Manager script, the configuration may seem a bit confusing. We tried to make things a bit easier.
This guide provides an example of a basic configuration that you can use as a quick start code. It includes the initialization, covers Google Analytics and Facebook cookies, and starts the service.
"endpoint": "INSERT ENDPOINT"
Here is how to use it:
- Make sure you created a Cookie Saver tag/rule and inserted the Tag Manager script.
- Insert the quick start code, right after the comment “// Add custom cookie configuration here!“.
- Update the "endpoint" by substituting INSERT ENDPOINT with the subdomain that you created DNS records for. E.g.
After you deployed Cookie Saver, you should have a similar view of you cookies in Safari.
Notice the "_accutics" and cookies prefixed with "_acs_". These are used by the service to persist and recreate cookies. The "_acs_accutics.net" cookie, will have your website domain after the "_acs_" prefix rather than "accutics.net" like this: "_acs_[your.domain.com]". There may be more than one such cookie depending on your setup.
Congratulations! You have now completed the installation and should have our recommended setup covering the most used analytics and marketing cookies.
As a last step, you may want to check that everything is working correctly and implemented lawfully. To do so, please, visit the Validation section.