Which of the following are tracked by Site Speed reports?

  • page-load time for a sample of page views on your site
  • how quickly images load
  • how quickly the browser parses a page and makes it available for user interaction
  • button click response time
  • All answers are correct

The Correct Answer

  • All answers are correct

Explanation: The Site Speed reports measure three aspects of latency:

  • Page-load time for a sample of pageviews on your site. You can view the data across different dimensions to see how quickly your pages loaded from a variety of perspectives (e.g., in different browsers, in different countries). Data is available in the Page Timings report.
  • Execution speed or load time of any discrete hit, event, or user interaction that you want to track (e.g., how quickly images load, response time to button clicks). Data is available in the User Timings report.
  • How quickly the browser parses the document and makes it available for user interaction. No additional configuration is required to see this data. Data is available in the Page Timings report, on the DOM Timings subtabs.


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