Enable Google AdWords Conversion Tracking to be setup with Cliniko as well as Google Tag Manager and Redirects to a Custom Thank You Page URL


#21

I think we understand the steps needed, just looking for a timeline.


#22

No worries, @doddy550. In terms of the timeline, John (one of our developers) mentioned the following:

If this changes though, we’ll definitely let you know :raised_hands:.


#23

Thanks for the update guys.
This seems to be taking a very long time!

In the mean time, at an absolute minimum, can you at least allow a custom thank you page URL to be specified (e.g. maindomain.com/thankyou-booking), which would allow people take people back to their own site, and at least be able to track conversions in the mean time that way! Should be a very easy thing to implement, and it’s pretty unbelievable that it’s not an option already.

Many thanks, and look forward to seeing some real action here.


#24

Hey guys, any updates on this?

In the mean time, at an absolute minimum, can you at least allow a custom thank you page URL to be specified (e.g. maindomain.com/thankyou-booking), which would allow people take people back to their own site, and at least be able to track conversions in the mean time that way! Should be a very easy thing to implement, and it’s pretty unbelievable that it’s not an option already.

Many thanks, and look forward to seeing some real action here.


#25

Hello - I am in need of the GTM integration talked about in this thread. Can we get an update or have you given up on developing this fix?

Thanks


#26

Roger that! You guys need to understand that this is SO SO important to anyone who is serious about marketing and measuring conversions across different advertising channels.

At an absolute minimum, can you at least allow a custom thank you page URL to be specified (e.g. maindomain .com/thankyou-booking), which would take people back to their own site (where custom tracking codes can be embedded no sweat), and at least be able to track conversions in the mean time that way! Should be a very easy thing to implement, and it’s pretty unbelievable that it’s not an option already.

Many thanks, and look forward to seeing some real action here.