How to enable ecommerce tracking in google tag manager

Have you got your Google Tag manager account, installed Google Tag Manager and Commerce Google Tag Manager modules and set up your universal tracking but not seeing any ecommerce transactions in your google analytics account?

Then you still need to complete one vital step in GTM before any ecommerce transactions will be shown in your analytics: you need to set up an ecommerce tag.

flag_notify-7.x-1.x documentation


Required modules


  • Using the flag administration page (admin/structure/flags) set the flags for subscribing to comments, content and (optionally) organic groups.
  • Tested with version 3.0, but it **should** works also with Flag 2.x.

Suggested modules

Queue mail

  • This module puts emails on a queue instead of firing them all at once


Flag Notify is a module that allows flexible email-based notification of comments, content and (optionally) groups using the popular Flag framework.

These pages describe the installation and usage of the module.
Click on the documentation specific for your version of the module:

Docker based development environment

I have rewritten the Docker based development environment to use the images provided by Docker4Drupal ( So some of the comments below become outdated. The comments about using symlinks or vfs are uninteresting, as the use of symlinks/vfs in that way are not the docker way.

OpenEDU Workflow


OpenEDU Workflow utilizes the State Machine and OG Role Override contrib module along with some custom configurations (OpenEDU Workflow module) to implement a 3-stage content governance process on each of the primary content types delivered with the installation profile.  These are as follows:


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