You currently have the Google Analytics tracking code on your site, but you want to start managing it and other tags using Google Tag Manager. You create a Google Tag Manager container and add a Google Analytics tag to the container. Once you have added the container snippet to every page of your site, what do you do with the existing Google Analytics tracking code?

QUESTION

You currently have the Google Analytics tracking code on your site, but you want to start managing it and other tags using Google Tag Manager. You create a Google Tag Manager container and add a Google Analytics tag to the container. Once you have added the container snippet to every page of your site, what do you do with the existing Google Analytics tracking code?

A) remove the existing Google Analytics tracking code from the site

B) make sure that the existing Google Analytics tracking code is placed after the opening tag

C) replace the account ID in the existing Google Analytics tracking code with the container ID

D) update the Google Analytics tracking code with analytics.js

The correct answer is:

A) remove the existing Google Analytics tracking code from the site

You currently have the Google Analytics tracking code on your site, but you want to start managing it and other tags using Google Tag Manager. You create a Google Tag Manager container and add a Google Analytics tag to the container. Once you have added the container snippet to every page of your site, what do you do with the existing Google Analytics tracking code?
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You currently have the Google Analytics tracking code on your site, but you want to start managing it and other tags using Google Tag Manager. You create a Google Tag Manager container and add a Google Analytics tag to the container. Once you have added the container snippet to every page of your site, what do you do with the existing Google Analytics tracking code?
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