The GA4 gives you extra control and flexibility over the data you collect about your audience, their actions, and your website.
In a big company or when there are multiple users of a Google Analytics 4 account, the different users on your GA4 could make changes according to them. So among many users, it becomes difficult to understand who actually made what changes.
But in Google Analytics 4 there is a relief to the users in which they can find out who actually made changes to their account.
Let’s see how we can track the history of changes made on the GA4 account:
Step 1: Navigate to the admin section
Step 2: And go to the Property change history
Your property change history dashboard will appear on your screen. On the dashboard, you can view the time at which the changes were made, location type, location name, item type, item name, what action is taken, and the email address of the person.
Moreover, you can also check the history of changes between different time ranges. So now you have a hold over all the activities taking place inside your Google Analytics account.
You can also watch the video above to learn more about how to study your property change history report.