Step 1: Add a new GA Custom Dimension for DIUID in your GA Account
- In your GA account, navigate to GA Admin and the specific property running Digioh, then to Custom Definitions > Custom Dimensions.
- Create a new Custom Dimension called DIUID scoped at User level. We don’t need the code offered after creating the dimension.
- Click Done, then note the “index” number (1 – 20) assigned for the new Custom Dimension. It will be used in the next step.
Step 2: Connect GA to Digioh
2.1: Ask Digioh support to enable “CDP” for your account, then open the configurator in Digioh via the profile dropdown menu option: GA Segments.
2.2: You will be prompted to log into GA through Digioh and grant us permission to access your data. We need “view and manage” to access your custom segments.
2.3: Choose the main profile (view) for the specific property running Digioh. If you have multiple views for the property, choose the one that has the most data (usually “All Website Data”).
Step 3: Configure GA Integration
Now you are in the main configuration screen. Here, you can change your GA account (rare), change the profile (to use a different view), add/remove segments, and browse visitor data in Digioh to see what we pulled from GA.
3.1: Select your version of Google Analytics, Universal (free) or 360.
3.3: In Dimension for DIUID, enter the index number for the new GA dimension created in step 1.
3.3. For ESP settings, please coordinate with Digioh support, or leave blank for now.
3.4. Save your settings. If you used GTM, follow the additional steps below.
Step 4: For customers deploying Digioh via Google Tag Manager
4.3: Save your new variable
4.4: Add the variable as a Custom Dimension to your Tag
…and make sure that you configure the tag to trigger on all pages:
4.5: Publish your changes in your GTM account.