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Google Analytics may require your attention to keep you past data. What you should know.

screenshot of the ghost army legacy project with information about the congressional medal awards

In other news, our website for The Ghost Army Legacy Project received a Web Excellence Award, and members of the Ghost Army received a Congressional Gold Medal.

If you have Google Analytics set up on your website, you have received notices to upgrade your property. This is important, as google is discontinuing 3rd party cookies across the web on its chrome browsers and in all of its services. I recommend you take a look at the past emails regarding this move right away, as the deadline for migrating your analytics history is coming to a close. Here is a link to migrate your data and upgrade your property to GA4.

Once you have done so, you will have a new tracking code to install in your website. If your website runs the Slab Web Publishing Platform, you will want to replace the code you have for analytics under Slab menu > Site Configurations > META/SEO defaults > SEO tracking code.

Since we do not maintain Google accounts for our clients, this must be done by the site owner. Let us know if you have any questions regarding how to install the new tracking code, once you have upgraded your analytics account.

Spring has been full of interesting new projects here at Slabmedia. We have recived a Netty Award for best small firm, and a Web Excellence Award for The Ghost Army Legacy Project, which has been celebrating a Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony on March 21 for the surviving members of the elite World War 2 veterans. Read more about all of it here.