Collecting data with Trackers and Webhooks

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  9. Timezone



  • npm install @snowplow/browser-plugin-timezone
  • yarn add @snowplow/browser-plugin-timezone
  • pnpm add @snowplow/browser-plugin-timezone


import { newTracker, trackPageView } from '@snowplow/browser-tracker'; import { TimezonePlugin } from '@snowplow/browser-plugin-timezone'; newTracker('sp1', '{{collector_url}}', { appId: 'my-app-id', plugins: [ TimezonePlugin() ], });
Code language: JavaScript (javascript)


This plugin will add Timezone tracking. This allows the tracker to populate the os_timezone field within the canonical event model.

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