Records user click interactions alongside search results.
Additional imports used in the examples:
The constructor requires a field to be specified for tracking. By default this is
url so if your schema has a
url field, you're all set. If not, you need to specify another unique identifier field for the record - e.g.
ClickTracking is used, a token object containing a
click property (a tracking URL) will be returned for each result item.
More details about
ClickTracking can be found here.
If the field you specified in the constructor contains a valid URL, the redirect URL will be used for the
href for any links ro results. If a non-URL-like field is passed, then instead the token URL will be used for a
navigator.sendBeacon() request, bound to the
onClick event. This method is less reliable and won't be able to track users opening the links in a new tab or window. For this reason, using a valid URL as the tracking field is preferrable.