I have a table in analytics where my dimensions are pages and I used page views (metrics) which I breakdown with time spent on page - bucketed (dimension). I don't understand why the page view total sum for every page is not the same total sum of page view for all the ranges within time spent on page.
I'm still trying to understand how time spent is calculated. I have as a dimension "exit page" which I break down with "time spent on page (bucketed)", and I have "page views" as a metric (because this time dimension only works with page views according to the document). I thought that using "exit page" or "exit" as metrics, time spent cannot be know (the same as bounces), therefore it shows "0" under bounces, but adobe analytics shows numbers when I use "exit page" or "exits" as metrics. Why can I see numbers using exit when “Seconds Spent” is the difference between the timestamp of the current hit and the timestamp of the next hit. As a result, the last hit of the visit (and bounces) have no time spent?