As the number of digital shoppers rises, so too do the types of devices they use to browse and purchase. These different devices represent equally valuable points of access. It is not a trivial analytics challenge to deal with all these data streams and keep track of your unique users. If you’re a multi-platform enterprise, this challenge only grows.
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UA vs. GA4: User Metrics
The average number of connected devices per US household for online shopping is 6.8. That’s nearly 7 different devices from desktop computers, tablets, and smartphones for each family.
When switching from Universal Analytics to Google Analytics 4, it’s important to have a thorough understanding of what is changing when it comes to your user metrics.
Understanding this change will enable you to interpret your data as accurately as possible going forward.
New Video: User Metrics in GA4
In our new video, we explore how users are represented in UA, and answer: “how does this metric translate to GA4’s setup?”
UA vs. GA4: The Definitive eBook
Get the most out of GA4 – and then some.
Are you dreading the imminent discontinuation of Universal Analytics? Want to learn the benefits of Google Analytics 4?
Our comprehensive “Universal Analytics vs. Google Analytics 4” eBook will help you weigh the pros and cons of each software and provide you with a clear road map to transition to GA4 with ease.
Learn more about Universal Analytics vs. GA4
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- Google Analytics 4 vs Universal Analytics – the Big Switch
- Universal Analytics 360 Sunset Pushed to 2024 – What You Need to Know
- Universal Analytics vs Google Analytics 4: Account Structure
- UA vs. GA4: What GA4’s Engagement Rate is Telling You
- UA vs. GA4: Campaign Tracking
- UA vs. GA4: Report Landscape
- Migrating to GA4: UA to GA