Conversion Tracking

How to track WordPress form submissions as conversions with Google Tag manager

Add the following code at the bottom of your child theme functions.php and set your CONVERSION_LABEL accordingly. Make sure to also change the values that you wish to send for this conversion.

These are values retrieved from the form submission itself. So any field that you are using on your form can be retrieved. In the above example we retrieve product_name, quantity and total.

You will need to change them accordingly for your form. Optionally you can use the args.form_id to only execute the conversion tracking for specific forms only.

add_action('wp_footer', function(){
    <script type="text/javascript">
        // Execute after form submission
        if(typeof SUPER === 'undefined') window.SUPER = {}; // Custom JS script was loaded to early
        SUPER.custom_form_conversion_tracker = function(args){ // Grab form fields
            var product_name= ( : '');
            var quantity= ( : '');
            var total= ( : ''); 
            // Submit conversion event
            gtag('event', 'conversion', {
                'send_to': 'AW-CONVERSION_ID/CONVERSION_LABEL',
                'currency': 'USD',
                'formID': args.form_id,
                'product_name': product_name,
                'quantity' : quantity,
                'total' : total
}, 100);

// Add custom javascript function 
function f4d_custom_form_conversion_tracker( $functions ) {
    $functions['after_email_send_hook'][] = array(
        'name' => 'custom_form_conversion_tracker'
    return $functions;
add_filter( 'super_common_js_dynamic_functions_filter', 'f4d_custom_form_conversion_tracker', 100, 2 );

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