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Everything You Should Know About Switching to Google Analytics 4
In today's digital world, businesses must overcome new obstacles to measure and comprehend consumers' complicated, multi-platform experiences. Google Analytics 4 (GA4) significantly changes how websites and app properties are monitored. It's an entirely new approach to collecting and presenting your website's data, with many features and a new interface.
However, the news may leave you wondering if you should comply with the new updates. Google will stop processing updates for Universal Analytics (UA) properties, and you won't have any choice but to move to GA4 with the deadline on July 1, 2023.
Setting up GA4 on your website entails adding the new tracking code snippet, setting up all your conversions, and testing to ensure everything works as planned. That's why, at Ninedot, we've produced a cheat sheet to help you out. Check out our GA4 cheat sheet that has all the information you need
- Track your business's critical data and metrics
- Transition smoothly from your current analytics platform
- Upgrade your experience and become a power user