If you're running a website, it's important to make sure that your visitors are happy with what they see. You can do this by monitoring your website's Apdex score. The Apdex score is a measure of user satisfaction, and it can tell you whether or not your website is meeting the needs of your visitors. In this blog post, we will explain what the Apdex score is, and we will show you how to improve your website's satisfaction level.
The Apdex score is a measure of user satisfaction. It is based on three factors: response time, error rate, and throughput. Response time is the amount of time it takes for a page to load. Error rate is the number of errors that occur while a user is trying to access a page. Throughput is the number of pages that a user can access in a given period of time.
To improve your website's satisfaction level, you need to focus on the three factors that make up the Apdex score. You can do this by monitoring your website's response time, error rate, and throughput. If you see that one of these factors is not meeting the needs of your visitors, you can take steps to improve it.
By monitoring your website's Apdex score, you can ensure that your visitors are happy with what they see. By taking steps to improve your website's satisfaction level, you can keep them coming back for more. Thanks for reading! We hope this blog post has been helpful
Monitoring Apdex Score
Pinger Man automatically calculates the Apdex score for your monitors. You can see the apdex for all your monitors at a glance.
Sort the list of monitors using the Apdex score by clicking on the column header.
The monitor detail page shows a breakdown of the Requests into the Satisfactory, Tolerable & Frustrated category.
The apdex score is also available for individual checks.
Configuring Apdex Threshold
Configure the Apdex threshold while adding or editing the monitor. You can choose any of the following values: None, 0.125s, 0.25s, 0.5s, 1s, 2s