Behavioral properties are nested under the filters module when conducting analysis. You can use them to add granularity to your query to only see the results relevant to your question.
Users who have done a count of
Selecting Users who have done a count of in a filter or group by clause will show you the number of times a user has done a given event. Within a filter, you can customize the date range. However, when used in a group by, the count is the number of times a user has done x within their entire user history.
Users who have (not) done
Selecting Users who have done or Users who have not done in a filter or group by clause will limit your search to users who have (not) done a specific event. You can customize the date of the given event when you use Has done in a filter. Has done will refer to the user’s entire history when used in a group by clause.
Users who are (not) in segment
Selecting Users who are in segment or Users who are not in segment in a filter or group by clause will limit your search to users who are (not) in a specific segment.
Users who have done the sequence
Selecting Users who have done the sequence in a filter or group by clause allows you to select for users who have completed a specific flow within your product. You can add a series of two or more events to analyze by clicking the + button.
You can select a time window during which the users completed the sequence of events in the drop-down below the last event.
Where the (sum / average / highest value of / lowest value of)
Selecting one of these properties allows you to make calculations in your graph analysis.