Remap a key in Ubuntu 20.04, Wayland

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I think Ive looked all over the whole internet for an answer now, but I cant find it.
I have a keyboard where the tilde key should be mapped to the bar/pipe key. Before Wayland I used this config
➜ ~ xmodmap -e “keycode 49 = less greater bar bar bar”

But now this config doesnt work in the terminal window, for some strange reason. As far as I understand it shouldnt work at all in Wayland.
As far as I understand setxkbmap is the way to go. Ive tried setxkbmap -option “tlde:bar” but it doesnt give any effect at all. How do I get further?

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