Setup UniConsent GDPR CMP with Google Tag Manager
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If you are using Google Tag manager on your website already, it is possible to setup UniConsent CMP with Google Tag manager.
Some publishers simply put the tag into GTM and load it when page loading, this works for avoiding passing personal cookies via Google DFP for GDPR compliance.
Add a custom event "unic_allow_cookie" at Google Tag Manager.
You are able to preview the changes made with GTM. Remember to publish the changes once you have finished the test.
#Other ways to setup consent based tags
There are other ways to setup consent based tags:
- Use the UniConsent build-in consent based tag loader
Please contact us if you need help for the integration.
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