How to use the @aws-amplify/analytics.configure function in @aws-amplify/analytics

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identityPoolId: process.env.AMPLIFY_AUTH_IDENTITY_POOL_ID,
    region: process.env.AMPLIFY_AUTH_REGION
  }
}

Auth.configure(amplifyConfig)

const analyticsConfig = {
  AWSPinpoint: {
    appId: process.env.AMPLIFY_PINPOINT_APPID,
    region: process.env.AMPLIFY_PINPOINT_REGION,
    mandatorySignIn: false
  }
}

Analytics.configure(analyticsConfig)

const initilalized = (window as any).initilalized
if (!initilalized) {
  ;(window as any).initilalized = true
  Analytics.record('init')
}

export function useAnalytics() {
  const { preferences } = usePreferences()
  const analyticsEnabled = preferences['general.enableAnalytics']

  const report = useCallback(
    (name: string, attributes?: { [key: string]: string }) => {
      if (analyticsEnabled) {
        if (attributes == null) {
          Analytics.record({ name: name })

@aws-amplify/analytics

Analytics category of aws-amplify

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