Please provide a step-by-step guide for the same. TIA!
Can you provide me with a troubleshooting list for fixing (not set) value for Google Ads in my GA4 report?
I want to track the page time metric in GA4. Please help me out with the steps
I've set up various tags to track clicks and page loads on specific elements. It appears to be functioning correctly, as I can see real-time data in Analytics when I interact with the page.
However, I'm unsure how to access the aggregate data for total clicks and loads (global statistics on a daily or weekly basis) from my Tag Manager tags within the Analytics "Overview Report." Can you guide me on how to view this information?
I'm working on a React Native project and need to incorporate GA4 for analytics.
Is it necessary to use Firebase Analytics as the foundational code for this integration, or is there a way to directly integrate GA4 without Firebase Analytics?
Could you provide any guidance or references on where to initiate this integration?
I make use of the WordPress plugin GTM4WP, which allows you to input your GTM container ID without the need for manual code installation. Simply access the WordPress plugin menu, search for GTM4WP, and you're all set. Additionally, this plugin includes some handy data layer options, particularly beneficial if you're not accustomed to configuring them for GA4 events and other functions. You can find the plugin here: wordpress.org/plugins/duracelltomi-google-tag-manager/
I received an email from Google indicating that I would receive a notification when someone replied. I patiently waited for this notification throughout the week but never received it. Consequently, I revisited my question and discovered your response.
Upon clicking on "Data Streams," I can confirm that the property is present, and it indicates that data collection has been active for the past 48 hours. Furthermore, it states that it's "measuring Page Views." Is there something specific that needs attention regarding the items listed there, such as events and tags?
I'm not very tech-savvy, so I allowed the transition from Universal Analytics to GA4 to occur automatically. When I access Analytics, it redirects me to the "GA4 Property Set Assistant." I click on "Go To Your GA4 Property," which then takes me to the Setup Assistant. Here, it indicates that my property is connected and shows that I have completed 7 out of 7 steps.
However, when I click on "Open Connected Property," it redirects me back to the "GA4 Property Setup Assistant." I attempt to navigate by clicking "Go To Your GA4 Property" once more, but it brings me back to the Setup Assistant repeatedly. It feels like I'm going in circles, and I'm unsure of how to complete the setup and access the Property. Any guidance on resolving this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
The lifecycle menu is appearing twice and is duplicated. Initially, I suspected that this might be due to the implementation of two data streams, but it doesn't seem to be the root cause. Has anyone else encountered this issue?
I intend to transfer all the accumulated data, such as user views, from Universal Analytics (UA) to GA4 before July 1st. Is it possible to receive assistance from Google for this migration?
I've been working on configuring Google Ads reporting within GA4. I've set up a free-form exploration containing fundamental dimensions and metrics: Campaign, Adgroup, Impressions, Clicks, and Cost. However, when I generate the report, it only displays a partial dataset, showing just one Ad Group per campaign and not all of the campaigns.
I've taken steps to ensure that auto-tagging is enabled and that the two accounts are linked, but I haven't achieved the desired results. I also encountered a similar issue when checking another account.
I would greatly appreciate any assistance or insights you can provide on this matter.
Thank you for your responses, @agkhy. I suppose my frustration stems from the lack of a user-friendly method in GA4 to mark a sale as fraudulent, particularly for individuals who aren't highly tech-savvy. While our Shopify site has a relatively low order quantity, the average order value is quite high. Recently, I encountered an order flagged as fraudulent, amounting to $4600. This total carries over to GA4, distorting the appearance of my August data. When I canceled the order in Shopify, there was no corresponding adjustment in GA4. So, as you rightly pointed out, it may indeed be an issue with the integration. Nevertheless, I would have expected GA4 to provide a mechanism for flagging fraudulent orders. Even if for no other reason, it could offer Google valuable insights into the extent of fraudulent activity.