Advanced tracking settings allows you to:

In Cookie settings turn of your Leadfeeder cookie.

File tracking

Leadfeeder admin users can adjust which file types get tracked by default and add custom ones in advanced Leadfeeder Tracker settings.

Here's how to start tracking download clicks in Leadfeeder:

STEP 1: Navigate to your company settings from the upper-right dropdown menu by clicking first your name and then Settings

STEP 2: Click the Company tab and then Leadfeeder Tracker. Select Advanced settings.

STEP 3: Select the file extensions who want to track in your advanced Leadfeeder Tracker settings.

NOTE: Please always check that the file for download has one of the extensions selected in Leadfeeder settings. Also, if you have downloadable files on a different hostname than the rest of your website, you need to add both into the Hostname rules in Leadfeeder settings.

STEP 5: Add the domain of the file as a hostname in your Leadfeeder account settings.

STEP 6: If you start to track, for example, PDF files, create a custom feed with a "Page URL includes PDF" filter and see which companies have downloaded the file.

NOTE: The URL of the file should end with the file type.

Video views tracking

We not only track website visitors with Leadfeeder, but we're also able to track YouTube and Vimeo video plays - game changer when tracking visitors throughout the funnel. You need to be an Admin to enable video views tracking. If you are an Admin, then go to the settings and turn on Video tracking.

Once Video tracking is enabled and someone plays a Youtube or Vimeo video on your site, you can see that in the visit details of the lead like following:

When creating a custom feed, you can use video plays also as a filter. The filters are named as "Video play" and "Video title".

Form tracking

Read more about how to enable form tracking and its benefits by clicking here


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