Page Speed Suggestions Now Directly In Google Analytics


Google Analytics LogoIlya Grigorik, Google's "Developer Advocate, Make the Web Fast and Google Chrome" shared on Google+ that Google Analytics has a new report named "Page Speed Suggestions".

This report shows you your page speed load times for all your pages, sorted by default by most pageviews and then you can click on them to get a report on how to improve things.

The report itself is run in real time according to Ilya. Ilya said, "it's updated everytime you load the report... which also means that if the pages themselves are slow, you might have to wait longer for the report to come up."

Here is a sample of the report:

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You can access it under behavior > site speed > speed suggestions. There is a more detailed blog post on this at Google Analytics Blog.

Forum discussion at Google+.

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11/06/2013 03:20 pm

Maybe I was seeing a beta, but I feel like this has been there for at least a month or two.


11/06/2013 08:51 pm

It's slow to generate, only displays 10 results at a time and you can't sort by speed score. I found it annoying to use.

Jitendra Vaswani

11/07/2013 09:30 am

yeah it was few days back, i saw it in GA


11/07/2013 01:25 pm

Agreed. I am fine with it being slow as it is generating real time...but the 10 pages at a time, with no option to display more, is frustrating. Tool could be useful for a small site or a site that wants to spot check things... ...for larger sites it is a pain. I suppose that a lot of pages on a site would have very similar issues across a wide swath of pages, but this doesn't really explain why they would make it a pain to see more at once. Hell, I may have missed it, but I don't even see an option to just dump the entire report into a CSV file and allow me to sort through it on my own terms and then spot check where I feel it is needed.


11/08/2013 06:03 am

This is a good feature. You can easily check your site speed right in the analytic section

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