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Bounce rate/ single page visit - how does the avg. time spent on page being reported?

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Hello!

 

Does anybody know if Adobe Analytics, like Google Analytics, is also defining all bounced sessions/ single page visit as 0 seconds in duration?

 

Many thanks!

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Rebecca, it depends as a single page visit may include onpage events tracked. As a result there may be more than one hit events. The result may also depend on the dimension and metric you are using. I recommend to review the following article for a thorough understanding https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/components/variables/metrics/metrics-time-spent.htm... (scroll to examples of calculation)

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Rebecca, it depends as a single page visit may include onpage events tracked. As a result there may be more than one hit events. The result may also depend on the dimension and metric you are using. I recommend to review the following article for a thorough understanding https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/analytics/components/variables/metrics/metrics-time-spent.htm... (scroll to examples of calculation)

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Thank you for taking the time to answer. I was wondering about a single page visit without any onpage events that was tracked. Since i have worked with google analytics, im used to that that kind of visit is calculated as 0 second in the avg. time spent on page.