Page load timeIt would be nice to know how long it takes a page to load or the bandwidth of a visitor.
Posted Thu Dec 31 2009 12:36pm by spotless
I would like to know and be able to report on page load time as well. This could help us monitor improvements we make to code, plugins, etc and compare to prior data.
This was only key feature we liked about Chartbeat.com which I cannot seem to find how to do on Clicky.
Posted Sat Apr 17 2010 10:12am by carlvasser
We've had other requests for this. It is something we will probably add.
Posted Sat Apr 17 2010 11:39am by Your Friendly Clicky Admin
It's a great feature, since Google said Page Load speed is a factor for SERP
Posted Thu Jul 1 2010 6:10am by dropshippers
This would be a nice addition, thanks.
Posted Tue Sep 28 2010 8:22am by udfalkso
Posted Wed Nov 3 2010 10:42am by superpokupka
Posted Wed Nov 3 2010 11:34am by udfalkso
Posted Wed Nov 10 2010 2:37am by adamjon858
ok ok i get it :)
Posted Wed Nov 10 2010 3:52pm by Your Friendly Clicky Admin
Posted Tue May 10 2011 7:44am by forexinvestoraps
Posted Fri Sep 30 2011 12:50pm by twobitoperation
Posted Sun Oct 2 2011 6:53pm by udfalkso
+10 getting tired of having to go to pagespeed for this, and that only analyzes my internet/setup/cached files. would love to see this stat throughout
Posted Mon Nov 28 2011 8:16pm by justindocanto-DELETED
+20... How is this not being actioned after 2 years!!!??
Posted Sat Jan 21 2012 4:45pm by smoothmobiles
The problem is that in order to store this data most efficiently, we need to transform one of the biggest tables in our database (the one that stores actions) so it has an extra column for storing page load time. Storing it any other way will take approximately 10x as much storage space because of indexing and other extra columns that would be needed if it were stored in a new table. But, transforming a huge table is a slow process, we have a way to do it "live" without taking down the database, however that still takes a while (3-4 hours minimum) and traffic processing must be halted in the meantime. Then multiply that by almost 50 database servers and it becomes a serious task.
So, we don't like to do this very often. Once or twice a year at the most. We already have this feature planned out and know exactly how it will work on the clientside and how we'll store/process that on our side, it's just a matter of setting aside the fear and stress from such a large task and doing it.
Posted Sun Jan 22 2012 1:15am by Your Friendly Clicky Admin