Is there a way to setup google analytics event tracking for when someone clicks on a event in the calendar or interacts with any of the events?Apr 25,2017 AT 9:30AM - 3 years ago -
Yes Sure! Use the Google Tag Manager.
although, there is no settings option to do that with default options.
You may be able to find third-party plugins that will enable you to do it.
So, actually, the answer is no, right?
The only need in my view is the ability to put a custom CSS class (or, better, a custom js code), auto-generated (or not), for each event, in some of the EventCard fields and (important) in its specific EventTop, so we can track it. Is that possible?
Do I need to custom code it?
Am I able to edit the EventCard template?
Even with Google Tag Manager, using the lists or full-cal shortcode to display, and not single page vew, it wouldn’t be possible to put a track code (.js script) into each EvenTop, following unique ID. Could a custom hook be able to do that?
Sorry for these lot of questions. Should I open a new ticket?
You can’t edit Event Card without source code customization.
Please check EventON’s filters & actions: https://docs.myeventon.com/documentations/hooks-actions-filters/
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide support for customizations. Please send us a customization job request by creating a new ticket in here and selecting Customization Request as the category so one of our developers can implement this for you.
Oh, come on. Can you at least answer me if the filters and action hooks listed there are enough to do this simple thing (add a little snippet or css class to the code inside EventTop)?
Or, at least, explain a little deeper what which of these hooks do?
As a support we don’t have enough knowledge in this field and we also can’t pass this to developers because this is not connected to software malfunction or similar.