As of this release we change the calculation for page duration & session duration, so that you get even more precise data.
Until now, the page duration was calculated by comparing the timestamps of a page and its subsequent page. The difference between the two timestamps is page duration. For the session duration, the same logic is applied to all pages during a session. For the last page of a session, a constant value was being used (30 seconds by default).
With this new release, the actions and media requests are taken into account when calculating the session duration and the page duration of the previous page. Instead of just adding a constant value, event and media requests on the previous page are being used to calculate the last page duration.
As of this release we have improved our iPhone device detection: the device recognition process now also takes into account the screen resolution specified by the pixel if the detected device is a generic iPhone.
In practice, this means that iPhone models that have the same resolution will be grouped from now on. In your analyses, you will see all models in the same screen resolution grouped.
Example Display in Webtrekk Analytics
With Improved iPhone Detection
Without the Improved iPhone Detection
You will find the latest documentation under this link:
Publishing date: April 29, 2019