In this article we'll set up the Facebook Pixel App inside your desired funnel so you can start tracking events that are important to your company!
The Facebook Pixel App will automatically fire and track all relevant events inside your funnel - no need to add the Pixel code or any event codes inside of your funnel in ClickFunnels.
Also, the Pixel app will enable the pixel to lazy load on your pages to help lower the amount of fake bot data!
Head to Ads Manager or Business Manager account. If you don't have that created yet go to business.facebook.com and they should lead you to creating your business and ad accounts.
In the top left corner hit the icon with three lines. Shortcuts should come up and click on Events Manager.
Once the events manager page loads, select the pixel you want to use. If you haven't created one yet, you can do so by clicking Create.
Don't worry about any of the code info they tell you to do because we're eliminating the need for that with this app!
Either on the right side where the pixel is listed, or in the Settings tab of the pixel copy the Pixel ID. It should be a long number.
Now that you have that ID copied, you need to head to your Funnelish account.
Always start by making sure the app is turned on account-wide. So first head to the global App section.
Click on the Pixel app and switch it on.
Then paste the ID.
This ID will be used as the default if you have a funnel that has the Pixel app switched on but has no Pixel ID entered inside the app.
We recommend always pasting a pixel here as a backup.
Now head to the funnel you want to add the pixel to. Click on the Funnel Apps at the bottom of the screen.
Click on the Pixel app and turn it on.
Paste the Pixel ID and decide if you want the Add to Cart event to be triggered for new leads - if so, switch that on.
If you use multiple pixels you can add up to 4 by clicking the + next to the Pixel ID form.
Now you have the Facebook pixel installed in your funnel! If you have the Facebook Pixel Helper chrome extension then you can test your pixel and events! You can also test it inside Facebook's Event Manager.
To troubleshoot common Pixel errors, check out our FAQs.