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The answer to you question is, well, “yes” and “no.” Yes, there’s an easy way to see the tracking code, but no, clicking Save and generate code doesn’t create a new or different tracking code. That’s what creates the tracking code in the first place. Generating the tracking code is simply the last step you take when you create a goal. A bit more detail….
You’ve already clicked the Create goal button on the Campaign Analytics page, and on the Create goal page you’ve chosen the options you want for Revenue to track, Cost to track, and the Conversion period. So far, so good! But there’s no tracking code generated until you click Save and generate code. That action both saves the options you’ve selected and generates the tracking code.
So when you click the button and the tracking code appears in the text box under the Tracking code heading, you’re looking at the real deal. You can view it in the text box using the scroll bar. Now click Copy code to save it to your Clipboard, and then paste it into your webpage. You're good to go!
Joel Davis - Content Publisher 2
Thanks for the answer. After already going through these steps and placing the code on a landing page, I wanted to test another landing page. However, could not find the code again without clicking save & generate. I just wanted confirmation that by clicking that I was not creating a completely new tracking code. Or if I could find the already existing code somewhere else.
Glad to know that clicking the save and generate recreates the same code, assuming I dont make any changes.