Finally, you’ll want to click Create And Publish Tag to get Hotjar up and running on your site 🎉.
Read more: Installing Hotjar on Google Tag Manager In App
Another option to install Hotjar on your site easily using Google Tag Manager is to create a new tag directly. Once the tag is installed, you can immediately start using all of Hotjar’s features.
- Add a new tag.
- Click the tag icon and select Hotjar Tracking Code from the list.
- Enter your Hotjar Site ID into the text field.
Set up a trigger to control Hotjar. Once you click in the triggering area, you can choose what pages the tracking code will appear on. Choose “all pages.”