The new Google Analytics 4 is event-driven, so the data you see in reports comes from events that are triggered by interactions a user has with your web/app. GA4 has built-in events that you should take advantage of before going to custom events, mainly because you don't have to code anything to use most of these events and they will have better integration and support for reporting and data analysis. Here I will show an implementation of GTM custom event ...
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