By using UTM Tagging you can configure Oktopost to automatically add query parameters to any link that you share using the platform. To set it up, go to UTM Tagging under App Settings and enable it.
Once the feature is enabled, you will be able modify the parameters according to your needs. However, in most cases, that will be unnecessary because the default setup is designed to work with most web analytics platforms, including Google Analytics.
How it Works
After the feature has been enabled, every link that was or will be shared from your account will be added with the parameters you've set up. Here are the default fields and values:
Note that some values contain enclosed variables inside percent signs. These variables will be replaced with the post data when users click on your links. For example, if a user clicks on a link that was posted on Twitter using John Doe's Twitter, he will be redirected to a link that looks like this:
http://www.oktopost.com?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Oktopost-Twitter-John Doe&utm_campaign=Oktopost-2015-10-General Campaign
In addition, UTM codes can be customized for the entire account or per each individual campaign (under Settings).
The following variables can be used as placeholders inside the value field of any UTM parameter. These fields will automatically populate according to the actual post that the user has clicked on.
|%social_network%||E.g. Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook|
|%profile_name%||E.g. John Doe's Twitter|
|%campaign_name%||The Oktopost campaign name|
|%campaign_id%||The Oktopost campaign id|
|%account_name%||The Oktopost account name|
|%post_id%||The Oktopost post id|
|%post_source%||How the post was created. E.g. UI, Board, Bookmarklet|
|%salesforce_campaign_id%||The Salesforce mirror campaign Id|
|%campaign_tags%||Comma separated list of campaign tags|