Key Benefits of Using Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

Last Updated: May 24, 2022

Following are the Key Benefits of Using Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

  1. GA4 measurement model is more flexible and superior to the one used by GA3 (aka Universal Analytics)
  2. GA4 provides a platform for both website and mobile app.
  3. GA4 property has roll-up reporting built-in.
  4. GA4 roll-up reporting is much more accurate than the one provided by GA3.
  5. GA4 provides much more accurate cross-device insight than GA3.
  6. GA4 provides much more robust cross-device and cross-platform tracking than GA3.
  7. GA4 provides automatic tracking for certain types of events.
  8. GA4 makes event tracking setup much easier.
  9. GA4 provides debugging within the reporting interface.
  10. GA4 provides a new set of metrics for more accurate engagement tracking.
  11. GA4 provides better users’ privacy control options.
  12. GA4 provides a free connection to BigQuery.
  13. GA4 provides Exploration report templates.
  14. GA4 makes conversion tracking much easier.
  15. GA4 allows creating complex conversions.
  16. GA4 users’ engagement tracking is much more aligned with contemporary browsing behaviour.
  17. GA4 makes cross-domain tracking setup much easier.
  18. GA4 provides access to far more custom dimensions and custom metrics.
  19. GA4 provides predictive analytics capabilities.
  20. GA4 provides superior funnel creation and analysis capabilities.
  21. GA4 has much focus on the users’ journey.
  22. GA4 provides Enhanced data visualizations capabilities.

#1 GA4 measurement model is more flexible and superior to the one used by GA3

GA3 uses the measurement model which is based on sessions and pageviews.

Whereas, GA4 uses the measurement model which is based on events and parameters. 

Thus the measurement model used by GA4 is more flexible and superior to the measurement model used by GA3.

#2 GA4 provides a platform for both website and mobile app

benefits ga4 supported platform

One of the biggest benefits of GA4 is that you can use it for your website or mobile app, as well as both website and mobile app together.

Earlier you had to use GA3 for your website and Firebase for mobile applications. 

But with GA4 you can use the ‘app + web’ implementation which is basically Google Analytics for Firebase with website tracking capabilities.

Now you have the ability to consolidate data from websites as well as mobile applications in a single property. This is done by using data sources which are also called data streams in GA4. 

Under one property you can have multiple data streams like Android, iOS and web.

#3 GA4 property has roll-up reporting built-in

Roll-up reporting is simply the reporting of data in an aggregated form from multiple digital properties (websites, mobile apps).

Through roll-up reporting, you can aggregate all of your website’s data in one reporting view and see aggregated performance metrics.

Rollup reporting helps you in understanding the overall performance of all of your company’s websites and/or mobile apps. 

Through roll-up reporting, you can see the total unique visitor reach of all of your websites and/or apps.

There are two methods of setting up rollup reporting in GA3:

  1. By using multiple trackers on each page of your website.
  2. By using GA360

The first method of roll-up tracking requires a lot of technical expertise and the second method requires a GA360 subscription which costs $150k per year.

GA4 allows you to combine mobile app and website usage data in one reporting view without any additional coding/tagging. 

Thus with GA4, no roll-up tracking is required. 

#4 GA4 roll-up reporting is much more accurate than the one provided by GA3

In the case of GA4, both mobile apps and websites use the same schema for tracking users’ activities.

This makes GA4 roll-up reporting much more accurate and reliable than the one you get with GA3.

#5 GA4 provides much more accurate cross-device insight than GA3

In GA4, you can more accurately measure a customer purchase journey across your website and mobile apps.

Such cross-device insight can help you to:

#1 Improve your understanding of customer purchase journeys across platforms and provide a better user experience as a result.

#2 Fix cross-device attribution issues.

For example, you can determine the number of users who started their purchase journey on your mobile app before visiting your website to complete the purchase.

#3 Understand the effectiveness of your marketing campaigns across devices/platforms. 

For example, you can determine the marketing channel(s) responsible for acquiring the most customers across mobile and desktop.

#6 GA4 provides much more robust cross-device and cross-platform tracking than GA3

This is because:

  1. GA4 has roll-up reporting built-in for app and web data.
  2. Both the web and app data in GA4 use the same schema. Whereas in the case of GA3, this is not the case.
  3. It is the accurate roll-up reporting which enables robust cross-device and cross-platform tracking capabilities in GA4.

#7 GA4 provides automatic tracking for certain types of events

A GA4 property has got the ‘enhanced measurement feature built-in which allows automatic tracking for certain types of events without any additional coding/tagging.

enhanced measurement ga4

You can automate the tracking of the following types of events in GA4:

  1. Scroll tracking
  2. Outbound clicks (aka exit tracking)
  3. Site Search tracking
  4. Video engagement (aka video tracking)
  5. Tracking file downloads.

This is something that is not possible with GA3 (aka Universal Analytics).

#8 GA4 makes event tracking setup much easier

In GA4, you can easily modify any event or create a new event based on the occurrence of other events and parameters. This is something that is not possible with GA. 

When you are using GA3, all the tracked events must follow the category-action-label-value schema:

category-action-label-value schema

This is not the case with GA4 which provides a much more flexible event tracking setup.

In the case of GA4, additional information is supplied to an event via parameters:

event parameters ga4

You can not supply additional information to a GA3 event via parameters.

Thus setting up event tracking is much easier in GA4.

#9 GA4 provides debugging within the reporting interface

ga4 debugView

The GA4 reporting view provides the DebugView report through which you can quickly validate your analytics configuration for a website/app from within the reporting interface.

This is something that is not possible with a GA3 reporting view as there is no DebugView report available.

Debugging your implementation setup is an important step to validate your analytics configuration. 

It could take a few minutes or several days to troubleshoot issues in Google Analytics depending upon your skills and experience.

However, Google Analytics 4 makes debugging pretty simple due to the presence of a special real-time report called DebugView

DebugView allows you to monitor your website’s event data in real-time, along with all the custom parameters and user properties set.

Through this report, you can isolate and see data only from a specific device where debug mode is enabled. 

DebugView looks at the following:

  1. A device used for debugging.
  2. Minutes stream: This section gives you details of events happening every minute. 
  3. Seconds stream: This section gives you details of events happening every second.
  4. Top events: Displays events in real-time from the debugging device.
  5. User properties: User properties sent by the debugging device.
benefits ga4 debug view

#10 GA4 provides a new set of metrics for more accurate engagement tracking

GA4 reporting view provides a new set of engagement metrics that can much more accurately track users’ engagement with your website/app than the page views and bounce rate metrics used by GA3.

engagement metrics ga4

Following are examples of GA4 engagement metrics:

  1. Engaged Sessions
  2. Engagement Rate
  3. Engaged Sessions per User
  4. Average Engagement Time

#11 GA4 provides better users’ privacy control options

#1 Unlike in GA3, the IP anonymization feature is built-in in GA4, is enabled by default and you can not disable it.

#2 Unlike in GA3, the GA4 does not log IP addresses. This is done to prevent individuals from being identified via report data.

#3 GA4 allows disabling collection of Google signals data on a per-region basis.

#4 GA4 collects and processes measurement data from EU users via domains and servers based in the EU.

#5 GA4 drops any sensitive data that it collects from EU users before logging that data via domains and servers based in the EU.

#6 In GA3, you can set the ‘User and event data retention’ setting to a maximum of ’50 months’ or ‘Do not automatically expire’. 

Whereas in GA4, you can set the ‘User and event data retention’ setting to a maximum of 14 months. 

Thus unlike in GA3, the GA4 can retain user-specific data for an inactive website user for only up to 14 months before automatically deleting it.

#12 GA4 provides a free connection to BigQuery

ga4 bigquery connection

Unlike GA3, the GA4 comes with a free connection to BigQuery. Earlier this feature was available only to the GA 360 customers. 

So now you can access the raw GA data and can run SQL queries on it.

This is very useful when you want to connect GA4 data with an external data source.

#13 GA4 provides Exploration report templates

The reporting view of a GA4 property comes with a new set of report templates called ‘Explorations’ through which you can do advanced data analysis:

explorations ga4

In the case of GA3, only GA 360 customers can use the ‘Exploration’ report templates:

ga360 exploration report templates

Currently, GA4 supports the following analysis techniques

1. Free form report

The free form report represents your data in a dynamic table layout.

You have the option to arrange rows and columns as you like and apply custom segments and filters to refine your data.

In GA3, you had the option to create a custom report under the customization menu option.

The GA4 custom report is replaced by the exploration report.

2. Cohort exploration report

The cohort exploration report provides insight into the behaviour and performance of groups of users with common attributes. 

3. Funnel exploration report

This report allows you to visualize the steps your users took to complete a task.

You can quickly analyze how well they succeeded or failed at each step.

For example, you can determine how users behaved while purchasing a product which had a series of events like product view, product click, add to cart, checkout and then the final transaction.

With this information, you can improve inefficient or abandoned customer journeys.

4. Segment overlap report

The segment overlap report allows you to compare up to three user segments and see how they overlap and relate to each other.

In other words, it is an analysis technique that visualizes the relationship between multiple segments of users.

The ‘Segment Overlap’ report helps you to understand specific audiences by isolating them based on complex and/or advanced segments.

You can then create new segments based on your findings, which you can apply to other analysis techniques and reports. 

5. User explorer report

This report shows you the users that make up the segments you created or imported.

You can also drill down into individual user activities via this report.

6. Path exploration report

The path exploration report in Google Analytic 4 allows you to determine the sequence of pages visited by users and the actions performed.

For example, you can find the top pages that new users visited after visiting the home page or you can discover what actions users took after a particular page view.

You can use the path exploration report to uncover the looping behaviour of the users.

For example, if users visited page A then page B and then again page A.

You can also use the path exploration report to determine the effect of a particular event on subsequent events

7.  User lifetime report

Through this report, you can determine how website users behaved during their lifetime, after visiting your website for the first time.

Through the user lifetime report, you can get answers to questions like:

  • When did a user last purchase from your website/app?
  • When did a user last engage with your website/app?
  • How can we find users with higher purchases and lower churn probability?
  • Which traffic source and/or medium resulted in users with the highest lifetime value?
  • Which campaigns performed the best in terms of lifetime value?
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#14 GA4 makes conversion tracking much easier

In GA4 you can easily mark any logged event as a conversion. 

This is something that is not possible with GA3. 

Thus setting up conversion tracking is much easier in GA4: 

ga4 mark as conversion

Note: In GA3, you can track a maximum of 20 conversions per reporting view. GA4 does not have any such restrictions. You can set up as many conversions as you want in GA4.

#15 GA4 allows creating complex conversions

GA3 allows you to create conversions based on:
1. Pageviews
2. Events
3. Duration
4. Pageviews/screens per session

But GA3 does not allow you to create conversions that satisfy multiple conditions.

For example, you can not define the following user activity as a conversion in GA3:

A user that visited your website via your newsletter and then watched a 5 minutes long video before making a purchase that is above $100.

However,

GA4 let you create conversions that are based on multiple conditions.

You can create such types of complex conversions in GA4 by carrying out the following three tasks:

#1 Create a new audience in GA4 with one or more conditions (like visiting your website via newsletter, watching a video for at least 5 minutes etc).

#2 Create an audience trigger that logs an event when a user becomes a member of your new audience.

#3 Mark the event as conversion.

create an audience trigger ga4

#16 GA4 users’ engagement tracking is much more aligned with contemporary browsing behaviour.

Users these days use multiple tabs while browsing websites. 

They may open your website in one tab and then navigate to another tab to do some other work. 

Then they may come back hours later on your website to finish what they started. 

GA3 user engagement tracking does not work really well to capture such type of user behaviour.

However, GA4 does.

This is because, unlike in GA3, a GA4 session can start with or without a pageview/screenview.

Thus GA4 can track user engagement more accurately than GA3.

For example, consider the following scenario:

A user landed on your website but then immediately navigated to another browser tab.

He returned to your website after a couple of hours, consumed the content and then closed the tab from the landing page without browsing any further.

In this scenario, GA3 will likely count only one session with a pageview and 100% bounce rate.

But GA4 would count two sessions.

One session with pageviews and one session with user engagement.

The session with user engagement started when the user returned to your website hours later and started consuming content.

#17 GA4 makes cross-domain tracking setup much easier

Complicated tracking setups are required in GA3 to make cross-domain tracking work.

It is usually done by using the ‘allowlinker‘ parameter sent with every single Google Tag Manager tag (if you are using Google Tag Manager) or every ‘gtag.js‘ (global site tag) call.

In the case of GA4, setting up cross-domain tracking has been made very simple and no additional tagging is required. 

You just need to configure your domains in the Admin section:

configure your domains ga4

#18 GA4 provides access to far more custom dimensions and custom metrics

GA3 (excluding GA 360) supports only 20 custom dimensions and 20 custom metrics.

Whereas GA4 supports 50 event scoped custom dimensions and 50 event scoped custom metrics. 

In addition to that, GA4 also supports 25 user scoped custom dimensions.

#19 GA4 provides predictive analytics capabilities

Audience

One of the major benefits of GA4 is that you get to use predictive metrics.

These metrics are derived from machine learning algorithms that measure conversion progress. 

With predictive metrics, you can identify users and their actions on your website/app that would likely lead to a purchase or conversion. 

This could help you to discover more users who may purchase a product in the next 7 days.

To predict the potential actions of users, GA4 automatically enriches the data on your dataset with Google machine learning algorithms. 

There are currently three predictive metrics supported by GA4:

  1. Purchase probability: The probability that a user who was active in the last 28 days will generate a purchase event within the next 7 days. Currently, only purchase/ecommerce_purchase and in_app_purchase events are supported in GA4.
  2. Churn probability: The probability that a user who was active on your website within the last 7 days will not be active within the next 7 days.
  3. Revenue prediction: The revenue expected from all purchase events within the next 28 days from the users who were active in the last 28 days on the website.

#20 GA4 provides superior funnel creation and analysis capabilities

The funnel creation and analysis capabilities have greatly improved in GA4.

For example, you can not create funnels on the fly in GA3 but you can in GA4.

Similarly, you could not apply advanced segments to a funnel in GA3 but you can in GA4.

The GA4 funnel exploration report provides a visualization called ‘trended funnel’ through which you can determine how the funnel is performing over time:

trended funnel ga4

Neither GA3 nor GA3 360 provided the ability to create trended funnels.

In GA4, you can make a funnel open or close on the fly by using a toggle button:

make open funnel ga4

This is something not possible with GA3.

#21 GA4 has much focus on the users’ journey

GA4 focuses more on user journeys and the events triggered by them than GA3.

With GA4’s data stream capabilities, you can now measure the user interactions across all the platforms and get a holistic view.

Let us suppose a user came to your website using a desktop and carried out some activities like ‘add to cart’ or ‘sign up’.

Then the user downloaded your company mobile app and made a few purchases.

In this case, GA4 allows you to stitch together the activities carried by the user using different devices (desktop and mobile) and then bring them into the reporting more accurately than GA3.

Note: In order to stitch together the user journey across devices and mobile apps, you need to create a unique customer ID that should be the same for both website and mobile apps. This can be done using your developer’s help.

Unlike the GA3 property, you don’t need a separate user ID view in a GA4 property as the user ID feature is built-in in a GA4 reporting view.

Unlike GA3, the GA4 user interface is much more user-centric. 

#22 GA4 provides Enhanced data visualizations capabilities

Compared to GA3, GA4 has far better data visualization capabilities. 

These capabilities come primarily from the various exploration report templates through which you can create reports which are hard to duplicate even with Google Data Studio.

Just take the example of real-time reports.

Earlier we had the option to see real-time data but via overview, locations, traffic sources, content, events and conversions reports:

benefits ga4 real time old

However, in the case of GA4, real-time data visualization is far better adjusted to get a holistic view of all the real-time data in just one glance.

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Not only there is improved data visualization, but you also get the option to interact with the data dynamically.

#1 Google Analytics 4 Intro

  1. What is GA4 (Google Analytics 4) – The Apps + Web Property?
  2. Key Benefits of Using Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  3. How to upgrade to GA4 (Google Analytics 4)
  4. Google Analytics 4 (GA4) vs Universal Analytics – What is the difference?
  5. Google Signals GA4 – See demographics (gender, age) in Google Analytics 4
  6. Understanding Google Analytics Measurement ID (GA4)
  7. Google Analytics 4 training & tutorial with FREE GA4 ebook
  8. Using the GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Test Property
  9. Google Analytics 4 Sub Properties Tutorial

#2 Google Analytics 4 Integrations

  1. How to connect GA4 (Google Analytics 4) with Google Data Studio
  2. How to link GA4 (Google Analytics 4) with Google Ads
  3. How to link Google Search Console to Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  4. How to Install Google Analytics 4 on Shopify

#3 Google Analytics 4 Events

  1. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Event Tracking Setup Tutorial
  2. Understanding Event Parameters in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  3. Recommended events in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  4. Enhanced measurement events in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  5. Automatically collected events in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  6. How to set up GA4 Custom Events via Google Tag Manager
  7. Events Report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  8. How to rename events in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  9. How to use Google Analytics 4 Event Builder

#4 Google Analytics 4 Conversions

  1. Google Analytics 4 Conversion Tracking Guide – GA4 Goals
  2. How to import conversions from GA4 property to your Google Ads account

#5 Google Analytics 4 Dimensions

  1. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Dimensions Tutorial
  2. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Custom Dimensions Tutorial
  3. GA4 User Properties (User Scoped Custom Dimensions) – Tutorial
  4. Event Scoped Custom Dimensions in GA4 – Tutorial

#6 Google Analytics 4 Metrics

  1. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Metrics Tutorial with Free Google Analytics 4 Ebook
  2. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Custom Metrics Tutorial
  3. What are predictive metrics in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

#7 Google Analytics 4 Ecommerce

  1. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Ecommerce Tracking via GTM – Tutorial

#8 Google Analytics 4 Specialized Tracking

  1. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Enhanced Measurement Tracking Tutorial
  2. Cross Domain Tracking in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Setup Guide
  3. GA4 Site Search – Tracking Site Search in Google Analytics 4
  4. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Scroll Tracking Tutorial
  5. Self-referral Google Analytics 4 – Referral exclusion GA4
  6. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Data Import Tutorial
  7. Google Analytics 4 Content Grouping – Create Content Groups in GA4
  8. How to track single page apps in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

#9 Google Analytics 4 filters

  1. GA4 filters – Understanding data filters in Google Analytics 4
  2. How to create and test filters in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)?
  3. Exclude internal traffic in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) via IP filter

#10 Google Analytics 4 Explorations

  1. Free Form Report in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) – Exploration Report
  2. How to use the user lifetime report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  3. How to use Path exploration report in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) – Path analysis
  4. How to use Segment Overlap Report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  5. How to use the Funnel Exploration Report in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) – Funnel Analysis
  6. Cohort Exploration Report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  7. How to Create Landing Pages Report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

#11 Google Analytics 4 Advanced

  1. Understanding Google Analytics 4 Sessions
  2. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Measurement Protocol Tutorial
  3. How to build comparisons (advanced segments) in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  4. Understanding Automated Insights in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  5. Understanding Channel Groupings in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  6. Understanding Data Sampling in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

#12 Google Analytics 4 Reporting

  1. How to create custom insights in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  2. How to use Debug View report in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

#13 Google Analytics 4 Attribution

  1. Guide to Attribution Models in GA4 (Google Analytics 4)
  2. How to Change Attribution Models in GA4 (Google Analytics 4)?
  3. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Conversion Paths Report in Attribution
  4. GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Model comparison report in Attribution
  5. Advertising Snapshot in GA4 (Google Analytics 4) Attribution

#14 Google Analytics 4 Audiences

  1. GA4 Audiences – Creating custom audience in Google Analytics 4
  2. How to create a remarketing audience in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  3. Understanding Audience Triggers in Google Analytics 4 (GA4)
  4. Google Analytics 4 (GA4) Predictive Audiences – Tutorial

#15 Google Analytics 4 BigQuery

  1. GA4 BigQuery – Connect Google Analytics 4 with BigQuery
  2. How to connect and export data from GA4 to BigQuery
  3. events_ & events_intraday_ tables in BigQuery for GA4 (Google Analytics 4)

Frequently Asked Questions About Key Benefits of Using Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

What is the difference between Google Analytics 4 and Google Universal Analytics (GA3)?

Following are the main differences between Google Analytics 4 and other earlier versions of Google Analytics (GA3, GA2):
1) GA4 has a different reporting interface than GA3
2) GA4 use a different measurement model than GA3
3) GA4 use the measurement ID instead of the Tracking ID
4) Event tracking is set up differently in GA4
5) GA4 allows automation of certain types of events which is not possible in GA3
6) GA4 uses a different ‘User and event data retention period than GA3
7) The e-commerce tracking in GA4 is set up differently.
8) GA4 provides much more robust cross-device and cross-platform tracking than GA3
9) In GA4, Attribution Modelling capabilities are non-existent.
10) Custom dimensions in GA4 are set up differently

What is a Google Analytics 4 property?

A Google Analytics 4 property is the GA property that allows you to integrate mobile app and website usage data. A GA4 property can collect data from both your mobile apps and website.

How do I upgrade to Google Analytics 4?

Navigate to the admin section of your reporting view in your current GA property, click on the ‘Upgrade to GA4’ link and then follow the on-screen instructions.

Note: If you already have Apps+Web property then you do not need to upgrade. You already have access to the GA4 property as GA4 is just a new name for the ‘Apps+Web’ property

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