Support » Plugin: Google Pagespeed Insights » Comparison of pagespeed scores over time

  • Resolved jbusch

    (@jbusch)


    Hi @mattkeys,
    I’m not sure if this is possible, but is there a way to compare the Pagespeed scores over time eg. compare the scoring for a page to its previous scores per week or per month.

    I’m aware of the ‘Report Expiration/Recheck Interval’ but I don’t think it allows for score comparison.

    If this functionality isn’t available, could I pull the data from the WordPress database over time? Any information on this would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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  • Plugin Author Matt Keys

    (@mattkeys)

    There is a snapshot tool built into the plugin that may provide some of the functionality you are looking for, you can read more about it in the documentation here: https://mattkeys.me/documentation/google-pagespeed-insights/#snapshots

    Outside of that you also mentioned pulling data from the database directly, which would also be possible. you will find a number of gpi_* tables where data is stored. The gpi_page_stats table has basic data like the URL, desktop/mobile scores, and when the post was last scored. The gpi_page_reports table has much more detailed data about individual rules/recommendations, and is modeled after the wordpress options table.

    I hope this helps,

    Matt Keys

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