Google Tag Manager
Openli supports Google Tag Manager, which is an easy way to integrate your cookie consents.
Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a tool that organises all the third-party tags on your website (like Google Analytics or Facebook pixels), and also controls when these are triggered and set.
Tags can be statistical scripts or marketing tags that are meant for advertisement. Such tags and scripts set cookies, which collect data from your users. You must therefore collect consent before such cookies are set on your website.
The advantage of Google Tag Manager is that you can administre your tags/cookies without editing your source code or get help from a developer.
Openli, if installed correctly, blocks all cookies and trackers until a user has given their consent. If you use Google Tag Manager, Openli can specify which tags are set based on your user's consent settings in our cookie consent widget.
You can watch this video from Google that shows you how to use Google Tag Manager: