When you view an individual viewer session, the session stream reveals information about the viewer and the events during the current session.
Filtering the List of Visitor Sessions
Use parameters in a where statement to show specific events. For example, add the where clause data.wt.tx_e=’a’ to show only visitors who have added an item to their shopping carts. You might also want to filter by region, such asext.geo.city=’austin’ to see only visitors accessing your site from Austin. You can also combine parameters to further customize your view, such as data.wt.tx_e=’a’ AND ext.geo.city=’austin’ to show visitors from the city of Austin who have added items to their cart.
Monitoring a Visitor Session
At the top of a visitor session, you can see the visitor’s ID number, location, number of pages viewed, browser name and device type, and the time spent on your site. The count of page views and the amount of time on site continue to advance during the session.
An individual visitor session shows you events using a basic shape for page events and non-page events.
The following example shows a visitor’s activity on a site. You can clearly see where this visitor’s cart add, ad click, and order confirmation events occur. In addition, this view into a visitor session shows you exactly how much time the visitor spent on each page and non-page view.