The average length of time users are spending on your website.
The percentage of sessions in which users view a single page and then leave your website.
Users who visited your website for the first time in the selected date range.
The average number of pageviews in each session.
A pageview is counted when a page has been viewed by a user on your website.
A single visit to your website by an individual user, consisting of one or more pageviews and other interactions.
Google Analytics counts a page visit once even if it was viewed multiple times within a single session.
An individual person browsing your website.
Users who typed your website’s URL into their browser or clicked a link in an email application.
Users clicking on a link on a search results page.
This is reported when a user clicks through to your website from another third-party website.
This allows you to view which devices users are using to visit your website.