How can I keep tracking tags when using Sharepoint's vanity URL redirects?

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Non-Dev or IT here, I had a client who is using Sharepoint's vanity URL feature. Problem is that that the 302 redirect loads before Google Analytics can load and so I'm losing UTM tracking or any other kind of tracking code attached to the URL. What options do I have here?

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