Click the Goals button in the editor to open up the Goal settings.
Project / Website goals
Goals can be set generally for a website but also specifically for a project.
Website goals, once set, will follow every new project.
Project goals will only be set for the specific project.
Choose if you want to set a project goal or a website goal in the Goals settings. Then click on Add new goal and choose Goal type to start setting your goal.
Page goals will register if Audience has been true once that session and the visitor visits an URL that matches the value entered in the goal.
This will register if Audience has been true once that session and clicked any given element. In this option you can enter any CSS selector to target the correct element.
This will register if Audience has been true once that session and if the element with the specified CSS selector exists on the page the visitor is currently on.
In a custom goal you can write your own code to trigger a goal. This statement need to return true to trigger the goal.
If you aren't able to set up your goal from the information that is visible on your website you can choose the option to trigger the goal from your own backend code. This is done via a call back function that lets Symplify know that it should register a conversion.
See our Video academy to see more examples on how to set up Goals