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question about Segment > Behavior

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I have a question about the difference of segment.

Segment > Behavior

what's the difference between "session duration per user <2" and "session duration per session <2" ?
 

report sample: http://imgur.com/QaSOuZe

 

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Re: question about Segment > Behavior

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user based metrics are looking at the user's (i.e the person) behaviour over every session they have made in a 90 day period. Session based metrics look at the behaviour in a session.

Therefore, in the your segment if it is using a user level metric then any session which the user has had, which means that they match your segment, will cause them to be included or excluded from the segment.
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Re: question about Segment > Behavior

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could you help me to understand how to explain the report,
for example
1. session duration per user <2
so the report only shows the behavior and traffic, whose session duration <2, is it correct?
What if someone have both session duration <2 and session duration >2, will the user be calculated to this report?

2. session duration per session <2
how to explain the user, session and page views? who is included in this report.

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