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You may have noticed that Google sent out an email last week which caused a lot of confusion, because it said to upgrade to the latest tag within Google Analytics. This is going from analytics.js to gtag.js. Part of the reason it caused so much confusion is because obviously you want to make sure that you’re running the latest version of Google Analytics and people were concerned.
Google just announced Google Analytics (GA) 4. Unlike incremental or lateral changes such as the GTAG collection API; this change is significant, and you need to pay attention and understand what this means to you and your business. In this post, we will walk through what GA-4 is and what you need to do now.
GTM has many pre-built variables off the shelf. You even have the option to create/ customize your own variables known as a User-Defined Variable in GTM. One of the User-Defined Variables I find very helpful is the Lookup Table variable under the Utilities section of the User-Defined Variables.