Google Analytics 4

Change from Universal Analytics (UA) to the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

Jakob Hengl avatar
Written by Jakob Hengl
Updated over a week ago

Effective from July 1, 2023, Google will no longer support the legacy Google Universal Analytics system. As a result, it is imperative that you promptly update your existing Google Analytics code to the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4) system. This article provides you with a comprehensive guide to help you through the process, as the old codes will cease to function.

Steps to Update Your Google Analytics Code:

Step 1 Account:

Check your account for the old Google Analytics code. For that visit your account profile settings at

and confirm whether your account still contains the old Google Analytics code. If your code begins with "UA-", it needs to be replaced.

Step 2 Magazines:

Check your magazines for the old Google Analytics code. For this, access your document manager at

open each magazine to edit. If you find the Google Analytics code starting with "UA-", then it needs to be replaced.

Step 3 WEBKiosk:

Inspect your WEBKiosk for the old Google Analytics code. For that, navigate to your WEBKiosk at

Click next to your WEBKiosk on "Tasks" and select "Analytics." If you find an outdated Google Analytics code starting with "UA-", it should also be promptly updated.

Conclusion:

As the support for the old Google Universal Analytics system concludes on July 1, 2023, it is crucial to update your Google Analytics code to the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4) system. By following the outlined steps above, you will ensure that your data is accurately captured, enabling you to continue deriving valuable insights into the performance of your magazines. Take action now to avoid any interruption in your analytics tracking.

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