I try to understand the difference between those 2 metrics and I got the
answer from document:The difference is the denominator in the
metric:Average Time Spent on Site uses the sequences that include a
dimension item.Time Spent per Visit uses the visit count As a result,
these metrics may yield sim...
Ramesh,I had this bucket time spend on page. But the thing I need is the
avg time spend on a page. Frank, I am not quite sure if we use the page
as the dimension and the time spend on site as the metric, what can we
get? I don't think it is the real time spend on that page Anyone know is
there a way...
Frank, Actually this is not exactly what I want. What I will need to
know is for a page, such as home page, we have 100 page view last week.
I want to know the average time spend on home page for those 100
pageview.If I do on your way, it gave me the average time for all
Ramesh,Thanks for the document. The question is my customers really want
the average time spend on page. It seems that it is a Deprecated metric
metric. In this case, does that mean by default, I don't have this
metric. If I need this metric, I will need to use a prop or evar to hold
the second spen...
I need to know the average time spend on a page for certain period of
time. Right now, adobe analytics only have time spend on page -
Bucketed. I can know how many times people stay on that page in each
bucket. But the thing is, users really want to know the average time
spend on that page. Anyone k...
I have a about the length for URL. In the previous e-mail, it mentioned
that:URL and Referrer: 255 bytesBut URL seems it is not available to
user, correct? This is the reason I have to use a prop or evar to hold
the URL. Is there a way to access the adobe default URL?Thanks
I have to track the info on a pop up form when user click the submit
button. I noticed that when the rule fire and if the form submit
successfully, then I can not get any form info. If the form submit fail,
then I can get all the info. This seems to me that the click button
happen first and then the...