What is a D
in Google Analytics?
In Google Analytics, dimensions are used to provide context to the data that is being collected and reported on.
Common examples of dimensions include things like pageviews, unique visitors, bounce rate, and time on site.
By understanding how these different dimensions work together, you can start to get a better picture of how your website or app is being used by people.
If you have any questions about custom dimensions or how to use them, feel free to
reach out to us
. We would be happy to help!