Raygun Real User Monitoring collects browser data to help you understand which browsers your end users are using when interacting with your website or application. The Browsers tab provides a detailed breakdown of the percentage of users using each browser, down to the specific browser version. This information helps inform which browsers to focus on when testing, resolving errors, or making performance improvements.
Average load times
The Average load times graph shows a trend of the average load time on each browser across the date range specified. Mouse-over the graph to view the specific average load time for each browser at different points in time.
If there is a large range of average load time values across different browsers you can choose to display the data as logarithmic values. This will help to reduce the range to a more manageable size. Use the checkbox in the upper right-hand corner of the chart to turn on logarithmic scale.
Usage by browsers is broken down at the top of the page, allowing you to see the most popular browsers at a glance.
The table on the page displays the Top 50 browsers based on the number of users or page views from each browser version. The Top 50 browsers table shows values for page views, anonymous users, known users, and total users. You can sort the list by any of these values by clicking the corresponding header at the top of the column.
Within the settings cog in the top right-hand corner of this table you’ll find the option to ‘Group browsers’. This option allows you to group different browser versions together into one row.
Chrome 77.0.3865.90 and
Chrome 27.0.1453.116 will be grouped together under
Chrome in the list. With browser grouping on you can still view the list of versions by clicking the plus button that appears on the left-hand side of the browser logo.
Export browser usage data
To export browser usage data click the settings cog and click ‘Export CSV’. This will download a CSV file with the data from the Top 50 Browsers table within the date range selected.