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wonderful-musician-86511

04/28/2022, 7:58 AM
Hey, I want to followup on this https://growthbookusers.slack.com/archives/C01T6Q1SVFV/p1644555632324309 we use GA4, ill explain my current understanding we setup our experiments in growthbook these experiments are evaluated on the client these events should be sent to GA in a way for example (please suggest a better way), i'm not really a fan of dimensions
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ReactGA.event({
  category: 'Experiment',
  action: 'Experiment Viewed',
  dimension_1: experiment.key,
  dimension_2: result.variationId,
});
GA4 is then linked with BQ (i think we didn't setup this part correctly, because I can only see tables beginning with
ga_sessions_
) lets just assume we will fix that and we will see tables called
ga_events_20220416
is it okay to have daily tables of events, or should we have one big table of events?
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future-teacher-7046

04/28/2022, 12:40 PM
Yes, multiple daily tables is fine. BigQuery let's you use table names like
ga_events_*
. We support the GA4 schema out of a the box. After you connect to BigQuery, it will ask you what format your data is in, and GA4 is one of the options.
For your tracking callback, I think you want to use a different version.
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ReactGA.event("viewed_experiment", {
  experiment_id: experiment.key,
  variation_id: result.variationId
})
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wonderful-musician-86511

05/02/2022, 10:43 AM
thanks
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