Improve tracking visibility by assigning a name to an element and setting it up as goal:
Open the web page containing the element you want to monitor and click on it
Back in ExtraWatch click on Clicks in left menu
Scroll down to section Latest element clicks refreshed in real-time
Look for a new addition to the table or a count increase in the clicks column
Make sure you have the right element by clicking on it
ExtraWatch opens your web page and highlights the element
Click + to add the element to goals
Choose a name for your new goal
Fine tune your goal by adding more restrictions:
Incoming IP range
Finish by clicking the Save button at the bottom of the page
Created by: user221
Created On: February 14, 2015
Last Updated: February 14, 2015
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