What Tezify tracks by default

The items Tezify tracks can be classified into three categories:

  • Speed Measures (such as page render speed)
  • Conversion Events (such as session duration, page exit rate)
  • Visitor Attributes (such as device type, download speed)
Speed measures and conversion events are tracked at hit as well as session level.


Speed Measures

Page Interaction Time :
The amount of time it takes for a page to become interactive during a user-visit. This happens when the browser finishes parsing all the HTML and the DOM construction is complete. Additional resources like javascript, CSS, image files may not yet have completed download but the visitor can interact with the page.

Page Loading Time :
The amount of time it takes for a page and it's sub-resources to be ready. This is when all the resources on the page have finished downloading and the browser's loading spinner has stopped spinning.

Start Render Time :
The amount of time it takes for a page to start rendering content. This is when the visitor would start seeing some content/ image render on the page.

Session Speed Experience :
This is an experimental speed measure. The objective of this measure is to represent a visitor's speed experience for a session through a single number. We shall add more details about this measure in near future as we continue to work on it. If this interests you in any way, do write to us at punit@tezify.com



Conversion Events

Page Bounce Rate :
The number of visits per cent that bounced from the given page. This metric considers as a base, only those visits to the page that are first visit of the session. A page-visit is considered unbounced if the visitor stays on the page for more than 30 seconds or if the visitor visits another page on the website in the same session. The default duration of 30 seconds used to determine if the visit is considered bounced or unbounced is configurable.


Page Exit Rate :
The number of visits per cent that exited from the given page. This metric considers as a base, only those visits to the page that are non-first visit of the session. A page-visit is considered as user-exit if the visitor does not visit any further pages during that session and closes that page in less than 30 seconds. The change of the duration of 30 seconds made for determining a visit as bounced or unbounced will also apply to exit rate.


Time Spent on Page :
The amount of time a user spends on a page during a page-visit. This is determined by calculating the total time for which a page remains visible in front of a user. This value will not include any time that user may tab out to another page.


Session Duration :
The amount of time a visitor session remains active. This is essentially the sum of 'Time Spent on Page' for all the page visits for a given session.


Pages per Session :
The number of page visits a visitor makes during a session.



Visitor Attributes

Connection Type :
The kind of connection from where a user accessed the page - cellular network or wifi network.

Latency :
The time (measured in milliseconds) it takes for the page content to reach from the server to user’s device.

Device Type :
The kind of device a visitor used to access the page - mobile, tablet, PC or unknown.

Download Rate :
The rate at which page and it’s resource files’ content were downloaded during the page-visit.

Visitor OS, Browser, Country :
The OS and Browser used by the visitor to access the page and the country from where the visitor is accessing the page.



If the above measures and attributes do not include what you intend to track, you can customize your tracking to capture custom speed measure, conversion events or visitor attributes.

For questions about any of attributes captured, feel free to email.