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Page Load Speed Should Be A Default Metric

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danm84141867
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11-03-2014

I know there's a plug-in for this, but page load speed should be a default metric. This should be available out of the box without custom code or requiring use of a custom event. There are enough mysteries when solving SEO riddles!

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08-07-2014

The plug basically buckets the time into time bands. This is also useful. With some extra work, you can set the time to a metric and get the average page load time for a page or group or pages. I assume the latter is what is being requeste here.

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I'm using the plug-in. Not seeing a ton of value yet. Anyone have relevant examples where they get some insight? FWIW - I implemented it as specified so I have all 10+ grains of timing. That also seems like overkill to me and this is coming from a devOps former life.

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04-05-2018

I ended up adding a few extra events to it to measure total time to domInteractive/contentloaded/complete.  This seemed a bit more useful than all the granular stuff for most things.