I changed over to the new 'universal' analytics for a site. I want to get a better handle on page speed. The way to do that that I found appears to be from the old version of analytics. When I look at the page timing reports, I see a lot of the days are zero. I think this is because the site doesn't get more than 300 visits a day on average.
My analytics tracking code looks something like
ga('create', 'UA-________-_', 'mysite.com');
I was previously using the old code and just changed over today. I found something that said to add the following to the tracking code.
Added _gaq.push(['_setSiteSpeedSampleRate', 100]); to the google tracking code
That was supposed to tell analytics to track the page speed of all pages as I understand it. 100 says sample speeds for 100 percent of the pages?
1) will changing the code to the universal analytics code change things so that I can see the complete page timings. ?
2) if the new universal analytics code won't show the page timings what code can I add to the tracting code?