See below for definitions and report terminology.
The number of users that have been active within a 28-day time period.
The number of sessions that began on stewart.com.
The length of time that stewart.com was in the foreground; was in focus.
A new session is defined as a page view where no other session is currently active (the previous session has timed out).
A session ends (times out) after 30 minutes of inactivity. After a session timeout, a new session begins.
Note: Unlike previous versions, sessions are not restarted at midnight or when a new campaign parameter is encountered.
The number of sessions that lasted longer than 10 seconds, or had a conversion event, or had 2 or more page views.
Average Engagement time per session:
User engagement duration per session.
Engaged Sessions per user:
The number of engaged sessions per user (Engaged sessions divided by Users).
The percentage of engaged sessions (Engaged sessions divided by Sessions).
Note: Engagement rate replaces Bounce Rate in GA4.
The number of times a user triggered a conversion event.
Note: GA4 counts every instance of the conversion event, even if the same conversion event is recorded multiple times during the same session.