How Google Analytics Calculates Time: What You Need To Know

How Google Analytics Calculates Time: What You Need To Know

Learn how Google Analytics calculates time, including average time on page and average session duration. You’ll learn why the last page someone views in a session (the exit page) has a time on page of zero seconds and more!

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3 thoughts on “How Google Analytics Calculates Time: What You Need To Know”

  1. please, what I have to do to track my users after they spend more than 10 seconds on my website so my average session will not be zero even if they will not visit any other page on my site? any step by step guide? thanks for the answer!

  2. PLease advice, how may I say corectly custom event by engagement_time_msec ? I tried event_name equal play , engagement_time_msec is greater than 1200 , but it doesnt work ((((

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