Google Analytics responded to complaints about reports that Google Analytics was real and not accurate in Universal Analytics 3, saying they Special Database would not completely resolve the issue. Google responded to the issue of the problem monitor saying that the engineering team “could not completely eliminate the problem”. Google added that the company is "no longer looking to solve this problem." What a problem. Many website owners like to look at real -time analytics, especially in Universal Analytics, because it tells them the trends on Special Database their website right now. The real -time analysis of GA4 shows you the last 30 minutes, while Universal Analytics is in minutes instead of 30 minutes.
Earlier this month, website owners Special Database noticed that real-time analytics in Universal Analytics, aka Google Analytics 3, was gone or backed up. Google has confirmed the issue but has not been able to fully resolve the issue. Google’s decision. Google has issued a "resolution" that this solution is not a solution, simply saying that Google Special Database has abandoned the solution to the problem. This is what Google wrote: As you mentioned, Special Database you run into real -time reporting issues in your Classic Analytics property. Our Product and Engineering team thoroughly investigated this issue to determine the root of the problem.
But after making a few improvements to Special Database the report we were unable to completely eliminate the issue. Knowing that this issue is temporary and we have an enhanced Realtime reporting feature of ‘Google Analytics 4’ (GA4) that does not suffer from this issue, we are no longer seeking to resolve this issue. We recommend waiting a few minutes to find the exact numbers in the UA Realtime report, or we invite you to consider Special Database setting up a GA4 asset with your existing Universal Analytics asset to access the next generation of Real-.