Google Allows Customized Dimensions In GA4 Reports

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Google Analytics is rolling out an update that will permit you to add custom-made metrics and measurements to GA4 reports.

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Google is updating the GA4 custom-made report builder with the ability to include dimensions and metrics that are very important to your business. The main Google Analytics changelog reads:”You can now add custom-made measurements and metrics to your custom reports as primary measurements, allowing you to more easily report on custom-made information that is necessary to your organization. In addition, the dimensions and metrics pickers in the Reports Builder have actually been upgraded to allow for easier navigation to assist you discover measurements and metrics rapidly.”

In an example offered by Google, see how custom dimensions can include metrics like post length, offering publishers a method to integrate Google Analytics data with non-Google Analytics information.

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dimensions and metrics to GA4 reports that are defined in your Google Analytics home.

Previously, this alternative was only available for Universal Analytics reports. Here’s more on how to include a custom dimension or metric to a report for GA4 homes. How To Add Custom-made Dimensions & Metrics To GA4 Reports

To access the Google Analytics report contractor, click the customize report button (appears like a pencil) in the upper-right corner of any report, or click Library in the left navigation menu.

Next, scroll down to the reports table, click +Create new report, and choose “Create information report.”

Next, click Edit or Make a copy from the drop-down menu. The report builder need to now appear on the screen.

The Report Data section is where you set the measurements and metrics that appear in the report table. You can pick from default and custom-made measurements and metrics in the report.

For additional information, see these detailed guidelines for developing a custom report in GA4.

Source: Google
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