Google Analytics 4 Metrics


Definition: The quantity of sessions that started on your application or website.

A user’s interaction with your website or app is referred to as a session.
A user starts a session when they either:
brings your app to the front
views a page or screen without having an active session (because, for example, their previous session has expired).
A session automatically times out (ends) after the user is inactive for 30 minutes. The length of a session is not restricted.

How it’s calculated: This measure is automatically filled in.

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