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Real time statistics not stable

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I was wondering if you has experiencing such issues with Google Analytics. 


The statistics showed in Real Time are not stable, they jump up an down in seconds. We double checked the js tracking code and everything is all right with it. Everything is all right with the website and the webserver too. Any other here experiencing it, any solution?


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Re: Real time statistics not stable

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Hi Faton S,

I'm not clear on how drastically the data in RT reports changes for you, but usually you have to take those reports with a grain of salt. At the end of the day, you'll need to just verify in your standard reports if things are looking OK, and then if not, then consider troubleshooting. RT reports shouldn't be taken as the final results that get into your GA reports.
Nicky Yuen, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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