An individual person browsing your website (technically, a unique a software application that allows for the browsing of the World Wide Web. information stored on a user’s computer by a Web site so preferences are remembered on future requests.). Each user can visit your website multiple times, for example, 1 user could create 3 sessions on your website, with each A single visit to your website, consisting of one or more pageviews, along with events, ecommerce transactions and other interactions. The default session timeout is 30 minutes, which means that if someone is inactive on your website for over 30 minutes, then a new session will be reported if they perform another interaction, for example, viewing another page.... Always-R Glossary containing multiple pageviews. By default, each unique browser cookie will be counted as a separate user which means someone visiting your website on multiple devices (each with their own browser cookie) will mean more than 1 user is reported. The User ID feature allows you to track unique individuals that identify themselves on multiple devices.