Unclassified Tags

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Unclassified Tags

With every scan you run you will find classified and unclassified tags. Unclassified tags can be pictures, videos, jquery, etc. We are working to bucket these tags so they will not show up as unclassified and this will soon be a product update.

This will increase your confidence in the data and our robust library of 1,800+ classified tags is constantly being updated to be the largest library of any tool on the market.

If you do find a tag that is unclassified our team is here to help!

How Do I submit an Unclassified Tag to Be Classified?

Being a client of Tag Inspector you have priority to get unclassified tags added to the classified list. Follow these steps to submit a request.

  • Send an email to support@taginspector.com with the subject line as “CLIENT NAME - Unclassified Tag”
  • Enter your information and in the message include the following information:
    • Tag Name
    • Example tag script/request page with tag firing
    • Name, email and phone number of the person to contact
  • Attach the scan you would like reviewed and send

This will submit your request to the Product Team to be prioritized to be classified. You will get an email from the Product Team letting you know an estimated date for the work to be completed.


We currently have 1,800+ classified tags documented in our tag library database. The more site scans we have, the more this library will continue to grow and update. With every site scan we run, we find all tags that are classified and build the reports you see in the interface.

However, for all unclassified or unknown tags, we collect those in a separate repository to review. If there are any common tags found that are not classified, our team of highly qualified marketers research the tag and script to get the information needed to classify it in our tag library.

Since Tag Inspector can find image tags, JavaScript files, and other forms of tags, we update the tag library several times a month.

Please see our list of Supported Tags.

Have questions about Tag Inspector? Contact us today!

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