Google is now building a migration tool for you to streamline Special Database your existing goals from Universal Analytics to Google Analytics 4. You can enter this under your GA4 configuration screen, in the Setup Assistant table, under the Conversions section. How it works. The goal transfer tool allows you to quickly retrieve acceptable goals from having Special Database Universal Analytics linked to conversion events in your Google Analytics 4 property. I personally haven’t seen it yet, but I suspect I’ll see the import equipment soon. Charles Farina posted a screenshot of how he works on Twitter:
The migration tool for Google Analytics 4 is Special Database now live. If you go to the setup assistant, you should see a new option to order your Universal Analytics goals. April 15, 2022 When you import the data, Google will show you the purpose for which it entered, but if you use Google Tag Manager, this does not seem to work: Unfortunately, this Special Database migration tool will NOT be an option for most users as it requires a connected website brand. Most of you have Special Database probably already implemented GA4 through Google Tag Manager, so it doesn’t worookies for search and YouTube in Europe.
These changes will start in France before Special Database expanding to the European, UK and Swiss economic regions. Visitors who log out or are in the Incognito model will be given the option to either reject or accept all cookies via a button. The third option provides more options, allowing the user to customize their options. What does it look like. Here's a screenshot of Google's new feature on YouTube. But why? CNIL, the French data privacy watchdog, paid a fine of 150 million euros 6 million euros, in January 100,000. If Google did not meet this Special Database deadline, the company would have to pay XNUMX euros per day. Why do we care? This is a big change for Google, which has had a hard time figuring out how to get rid of old cookies. According to a Google blog post: have selected.