Google Analytics 4 is going to change the way the world knows and uses analytics, would you rather know about it and be an early adopter, making use of the changes and accessing the new dashboard? Recommended.Digital share some of the best insights and knowledge of this major update.

There’s a great 30 second Google analytics summary piece at the end of this article as well for those time shy.

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