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  • Solutions for Tags Not Appearing in Google Tag Manager Debug View

    Posted by Roman on 8 December 2022 at 8:10 pm

    Hey there! Could you help me out? I’ve got a tag that’s firing on Google Tag Manager, but it’s not popping up in the debug view. I’ve tried remaking the event, used the debugger extension and even the developer tools network but no luck. Any ideas what I should do next?

    Sophia replied 10 months, 4 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Mia

    Member
    5 January 2023 at 10:57 pm

    Sure thing! Let’s see. First, make sure the debug_mode parameter is going through Google Tag Manager for it to show on DebugView. Second, check if you’ve got any filters on internal or dev traffic that could be stopping the events from showing – if you do, try turning them off. Lastly, are you using the correct debug device from the dropdown list? If there’s more than one person debugging, you gotta make sure you’ve picked the right device. Give these a go and let’s see what happens.

  • Sophia

    Member
    8 January 2023 at 2:39 am

    Sure, I’ll be glad to help you. You may want to verify if you have the most recent version of the Google Tag Manager extension and update it if necessary. Also, ensure you’ve refreshed your page after enabling the debug mode in Google Tag Manager. You might want to clear your cache as this sometimes helps. Another option might be to check if your tag triggers are configured correctly and the event you are trying to track is happening as expected. If your tag is related to link clicks, you should check that the links aren’t redirecting too fast for the tag to fire. Finally, consider checking whether any other extensions or internal settings are potentially blocking your tags. If none of the above works, you might consider reaching out to Google Support for assistance.

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