If you decided to remove Magento 2 Google Analytics 4, please follow the steps below. You can contact our team for a free consultation in case you have any issues with Magefan's extension.

Remove Extension Files

1. If you can find the extension files in the folder

app/code/Magefan/GoogleTagManager
app/code/Magefan/GoogleTagManagerPlus
app/code/Magefan/GoogleTagManagerExtra

then remove this folder.

2. If the extension was installed via the composer and its files located in the folder

vendor/magefan/module-google-tag-manager

then run composer CLI command to remove it

composer remove magefan/module-google-tag-manager*

Once extension files have been removed, run these Magento CLI commands:

php bin/magento setup:upgrade
php bin/magento setup:di:compile
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

Note: if you don't want your website to be down during deployment, try these zero downtime deployment commands for Magento 2.

Remove Extension Data (optional)

Attention! This will clean all Google Analytics 4 log and extension configurations.

1. Just in case please make a full backup (dump) of your Magento 2 database.

2. Run next MySQL queries to remove the data. E.g. you can use phpMyAdmin for this purpose.

DELETE FROM setup_module WHERE module = "Magefan_GoogleTagManager";
DELETE FROM `patch_list` WHERE `patch_list`.`patch_name` LIKE '%Magefan\GoogleTagManager%';
DELETE FROM setup_module WHERE module = "Magefan_GoogleTagManagerPlus";
DELETE FROM `patch_list` WHERE `patch_list`.`patch_name` LIKE '%Magefan\GoogleTagManagerPlus%';
DELETE FROM setup_module WHERE module = "Magefan_GoogleTagManagerExtra";
DELETE FROM `patch_list` WHERE `patch_list`.`patch_name` LIKE '%Magefan\GoogleTagManagerExtra%'; DELETE FROM core_config_data WHERE path LIKE 'mfgoogletagmanager/%';