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The Google team announced that in Google Analytics 4 you can now adjust the session timeout. Site owners will be able to do this themselves after the user pauses interaction with the site.
New in Google Analytics 4: Adjust session timeout— Google Analytics (@googleanalytics) July 1, 2021
Configure how long it takes a session to timeout after a user stops interacting with the website, and how long a user has to engage with site content before a session is engaged.
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An important aspect: in order for the session to be counted as engaged, you can specify the duration of the user's interaction with the site's content.