Implementing UserWay Widget Code on Google Tag Manager: A Quick Guide

Rodrigo Asai
Rodrigo Asai
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Visitors to your website with an ad blocker enabled, will not see UserWay's Widget when using this installation method.

    1. Sign up for UserWay and obtain the widget code.
    2. Go to the Google Tag Manager home page.
    3. There are two tabs at the top of the page: Accounts and Google tags. Go to the Accounts tab.
    4. Below Accounts, you’ll see Account Name, and then Container Name.
    5. In the list below, click the domain or website name where you want to install the UserWay Widget.
    6. The page that opens is your Workspace.
    7. Create a new Tag in your desired container by clicking Add a new tag at top left.
    8. Rename the Untitled tag “UserWay”.
    9. Click in the "Tag Configuration" section.
    10. Configure the Tag as "Custom HTML."
    11. Paste the UserWay widget code into the HTML text area:
    12. Define the Trigger (Choose "All Pages")
    13. Scroll up and Save the Tag settings at the top right. You will now be redirected to your workspace.
      Note: If you accidentally click anywhere outside of the window, and are redirected to the dashboard, simply click New Tag again to go back.
    14. Go to the top right and click on the “Submit” button.
    15. You may add a Version Name and Version Description here. Or, skip this step.
    16. Click on Publish at the top right to publish the changes in Google Tag Manager.
    17. You’ll see a timer screen, followed by a version confirmation screen. Close out of this. You’ll now see your domain name with a live version confirmation.
    18. Preview your site to make sure the UserWay widget is installed and working correctly.

Note: Remember, to make sure the UserWay widget code is loaded on all pages of your website, select the "All Pages" option when defining the trigger in the Google Tag Manager interface. This will ensure that the accessibility widget is available to users consistently throughout your website.