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Tracking file downloads on FormsAndList

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    Posted By Sebastian Leupold on 14 Sep 2019 09:01 PM
    if you are using download data type, you should be able to activate url tracking or url logging and get the results displayed in edit view.

    Can you remember me how is that done?

     

     

    Vicenç Masanas
    Disgrafic ITec SL Banyoles - Spain


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      Hi Vicenç,
      I just tried myself and noticed:
      - you need to use URL data type and check "count downloads"
      - however, the URL control doesn't seem still counting clicks and therefore no report is created in FnL

      sorry for my misleading post


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        One of the things I've been implementing to help with tracking this and other common events is Google Autotrack.

        https://github.com/googleanalytics/autotrack
        Will Strohl

        Upendo Ventures Upendo Ventures
        DNN experts since 2003
        Official provider of the Hotcakes Commerce Cloud and SLA support
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