I’m looking to know if a user scrolled past a particular section of a longer page.
Imagine a blog post listing with teaser text for each post. I want to know if a user scrolled “below the fold” or to the 10th blog posting. There would be no clicking or interactivity with elements on the page other than the act of scrolling.
Do I do that with an event, content tracking, or goal workaround?
[EDIT: this was meant for general forum]
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