Save and publish a version
Learn how to save and publish your changes.
When you are ready to save and publish your settings, click Save/Publish.
Use the following steps to save and publish your changes:
- Select one of the following save options:
Use this option to overwrite the current revision. You will not be able to revert to the previous revision.
- Save As
Use this option to create a new version. preserving a copy of the previous version. This is the default setting and the recommended save method because it provides the ability to roll back changes and retrieve previous versions.
- In the Title field, enter a title or keep the default title.
This is a required field. By default, the Title field displays a date and timestamp.
- In the Notes field, enter notes about changes you made to the version. The notes entered in this field are useful if you need to rollback to this version in the future. This is a required field, you cannot save the version without entering notes.
- (Optional) Select one or more of the default publish environments or a custom environment.
Other information about your save and publish:
- Your Changes
An itemized list of your unsaved changes.
- Version History
Historical details include the environment the version was published to, a timestamp, the author of the change, and relevant notes.
- Code Center
Click this button to get the code needed to place on your webpage in order to implement the Tealium Universal Tag (
Learn more about the Code Center.
- Configure Publish Settings
View or edit your publish and account settings.
Learn more about the Publish Settings.
If you select at least one publish environment, the action button will display Publish. Otherwise, it will display Save. Click the Publish or Save button to begin the process of savings and/or publishing your version.
For more information about approval workflows, see Publish Workflow Management
When you complete a save and publish, new code is generated and the files are updated. This process can take a few minutes. The primary tool for verifying the status of the Universal tag (
utag.js) on your site is Web Companion.
Learn more about using Web Companion.
Version number and timestamp
The version number, or timestamp of the current revision, is the best way to verify that your changes are live on the site. Match the timestamp from Web Companion to the timestamp of your last publish to verify that your changes are live.
Compare the timestamp to the version displayed in Web Companion once the version has been reloaded on the page.
The timezone reported in Tealium iQ is GMT while the timezone is reported locally within Web Companion.
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This page was last updated: May 11, 2023