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Just like we see it on Audience->behavior->engagement->visit duration: 0-10seconds X people, 11-30s Y people, etc, but for a given page only. Not average time. Google analytics has the data since we can see that info for all the site... how to see it for a page?

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The average time on page is readily available by going to:

Content -> Overview. The Avg. Time on page is displayed and from there you can drill down into individual pages to see the avg time on each individual page.

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+1 Unfortunately, bounced visits do not report a time on page - the average time on page will be misreported as a result. Consider using the "Non-bounce traffic" advanced segment to get more reliable figures. – danlefree Jun 1 '12 at 11:51
@danlefree - Good point. – Anonymous Jun 1 '12 at 12:10

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