Dareboost Analysis Reports

You can access to your detailed analysis reports from many areas within dareboost.com:

  • As a result of any of your web page test,
  • From your dashboard as from your "Reports" menu,
  • From any comparison report: each of the compared reports are available for a detailed view
  • From any graph of any monitored web page: just click on the dot you want to access the related analysis report.

Within each of our detailed reports you will find the overall Dareboost quality score of the tested web page, a reminder of the context of this audit, the full range of web performance metrics that have been measured and finally the whole list of the best practices that have been checked, whether they have been successful or not.

The results for all these checkpoints are splitted within 3 categories:

  • Issues (red): all the applied - and critical - checkpoints from our best practices repository that have not been respected by the tested web page (generally resulting in a 0 score for the specific checkpoint).
  • Improvements (orange): all the applied checkpoints that have been only partially respected (meaning a specific score below 90/100).
  • Successes (grey): all the successful checkpoints for the tested web page.

Obviously, tons of further information -and actions- are available within these reports.

Introduce top report

Retest option (1)

As a reminder, you can find the URL of the tested web page and the exact date of the current test right under the report's title. There you will also find a "retest" option that allows you to launch a new test within the same configuration.

Edit a test configuration from the current report (2)

The "Edit" function, available below the screenshot of the tested web page allows you to export the whole settings of the current report within our form to launch a new test, and then adapt the configuration according your needs.

Memorize a test configuration (3)

The "Memorize" function, available below the screenshot of the tested web page allows you to save the entire configuration of the current test.
All you have to do then is to give a relevant name for this configuration so that you could easily retrieve it later. Quite an helpful feature for proper users of our advanced settings for their tests.

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