This section of the editor shows your app's capacity usage and real time metrics. These metrics are useful for pricing purposes and assessing app performance.
These charts show metrics about your pages loading time. This data is gathered over the latest page loads by all your users over the last 60 minutes.
You can see three different kinds of metrics:
Page load duration: data loaded: The time in milliseconds from when the Bubble server first receives a request for a page, to when all the elements on the page are rendered, and all the dynamic data required by above-the-fold elements is fetched and displayed. This is equivalent to the "Page Loaded Above Fold" data source. It includes all the time included "Page load duration: render complete", plus the time to load data (such as Repeating Groups lists).
Page load: count of data items required: This is the number of data Things loaded during the period tracked by the "Page load duration: data loaded" metric. It's an estimate of the total data the page requires in order for all the above-fold elements to finish loading. It's useful for investigating the impact that loading data (for instance, in Repeating Groups) is having on page load times.
You can choose to show averages over the best X percents. The best 1% will show the best performance, while 99% will show all situations.