Pandectes GDPR Compliance tag template for the Google Tag Manager

Notice: This guide on integrating the Pandectes GDPR Compliance Tag Template with Google Tag Manager is exclusively for stores using our app on the Premium or Enterprise plans. Upgrade today to unlock full compliance capabilities!

Shopify stores using Google Tag Manager (GTM) can take advantage of the Google Consent Mode and make it play with the banner of the Pandectes GDPR Compliance by following these step-by-step instructions. We assume that you have already created a GTM account, created a website container in GTM, and added the GTM container snippet to your store’s theme as required.

1. Loading the template in the GTM

First, navigate to the “Templates” section of the Tag Manager container. Under the “Tag Templates”, click on the “Search Gallery” button.

Search for the “Pandectes GDPR Compliance by Pandectes” tag template, click on the result and then click on the button “Add to workspace”. The tag template will require the following permissions which are needed by the code inside the template to execute:

  • Accesses consent state
  • Accesses global variables
  • Reads cookie value(s)
  • Writes to the data layer

Once you review the permissions, click on the “Add” button to load the template under your container’s templates.

2. Create the tag and configure the trigger.

Navigate to the “Tags” section of your Tag Manager container. Click on the “New” button to add a new tag. In the popup that opens, click anywhere on the “Tag Configuration” box where it says “Choose a tag type to begin setup”. Then search for or locate the “Pandectes GDPR Compliance by Pandectes” tag and you will be presented with the following options:

Depending on your cookies policy, set the storage categories to the proper value. If you want all storage categories to start as blocked when the page loads, select “Denied” in the drop-down menus.

To learn more about consent configuration for the Google Tag Manager read this article.

Go on and set the “Redact Ads Data” and “URL Passthrough” according to your needs.

Once the tag has been configured, you have to configure when it is triggered. Click on the “Triggering” box right below and select the “Consent Initialization – All Pages” trigger. Click on the “Add” button to enable the trigger.

Once the triggers are also setup click on the “Save” button to load the tag. On the popup that prompts you to rename the tag, click on the “Save” button.

The new tag should now display under your “Tags” list.

3. Submit the changes

Click on the “Submit” button to save the changes in your GTM container and then on the “Publish” button to activate the tag on the store.

You have now completed all the steps to load the Pandectes GDPR Compliance tag on your container.

Reminder: Access to the Pandectes GDPR Compliance Tag Template requires a Premium or Enterprise plan subscription. Ensure your store's compliance by upgrading now and taking full advantage of our Google Tag Manager integration.
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