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How to enable google optimize for web site


You need to get this code first time when you set up from google analytics: ( while linking to google analytics):

<!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
<script async='async' src='<code>'/>
window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
gtag(&#39;js&#39;, new Date());

gtag(&#39;config&#39;, &#39;UA-<code>-1&#39;, { &#39;optimize_id&#39;: &#39;GTM-<code>&#39;});

With Google Optimize, you can quickly test and launch changes to your site’s layout, content, and more. We’re always looking for ways to make it easier for marketers to use Optimize, which is why we’re excited to release a new, redesigned Optimize. You’ll notice the following changes:

A streamlined experience page: We’ve added a visual step-by-step guide at the top of the page to help you create an experience. Plus, we’ve organized the necessary steps in a clear, linear layout – reducing the number of tabs you need to interact with.
A direct link to Google Analytics: If you haven’t gotten around to linking Optimize and Analytics, our new interface makes it easier for you to link to your Analytics properties. Once linked, you can select the goals and metrics you want to optimize your experience for.
A simplified code installation: You now only need to install one piece of code to your site — helping you get started with experiences even faster.

Before making the redesigned interface available to everyone, we ran an A/B test (yes, using Optimize!) to see if our changes helped our users create more experiences. And they did, with an average of 16% more experiences started.

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