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Time to success event

mooreevan
Level 4
Level 4

Hello,

I have a success event. I'd like to track any or all of the following:

- Average time (dd:hh:mm?) from start of visit to success event. I'm aware of hit depth, I'm looking for time, ideally.

- Average time from visitor's first visit start to first success event. This may span multiple visits

- Average total time on site at the visitor level, before first success event.

- Average hit depth at the visitor level before first success event.

Is there any way to track this using a calculated metric with conversion event data and off-the-shelf visit/visitor data? If not, what analytics data I need to implement to better track this?

Thank you!

1 Accepted Solution
ursboller
Correct answer by
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Community Advisor

can't you just take some of the default time metrics (time spent...)? I never tested it out but I think this might work, maybe not with all combinations of breakdown. but at least worth to try and see if those default metrics show you the desired information.

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ursboller
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

have a look at this slides from Audrey Salerno, Analytics Rockstar 2019: Dropbox - RockstarTips2019_AudreySalerno.pdf - Simplify your life

using her tip about "how many ... until ..." might give you exactly what you need!

mooreevan
Level 4
Level 4

That's very helpful thanks!

Also interested in the time aspects as well if anybody has ideas on that.

ursboller
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

can't you just take some of the default time metrics (time spent...)? I never tested it out but I think this might work, maybe not with all combinations of breakdown. but at least worth to try and see if those default metrics show you the desired information.

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