Oct 29, 2018 - 01:45 AM
I've also wondered why these options are missing but you can easily accomplish what you want with the Regex option by following the steps below:
1. Select the "Regex" option
2. In the filed on the right type in "/thankyou" or "thankyou" or "thankyou.html" whatever the case maybe.
3. Test to make sure it works. Below there is a button that allows you to determine how many such transactions (based on the Regex set) occurred in the last 7 days. Cross check with one of your other internal systems to make sure the number is the same or close as that being shown by Google Optimize.
IMPORTANT: A word of caution. Make sure:
a. There are no situations where a new visitor can get to the "thankyou" page without successfully completing a transaction
b. Every successful purchase transaction results in a visit to this "thankyou" page you have set. A common example we see where this might not be the case is when there is a bridge page before the final thankyou page (e.g. a page that tries to upsell the customer on other offers or upgrades. Sometimes customers abandon the process on this page and do not get to the actual thankyou page even though they made a successful purchase. For these cases, you will need to write a more complex regex rule that covers all situations.