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Google Analytics Events Definitions

I started using the plug-in for Google Analytics Events Integration.

It works great, but I noticed that the documentation didn't really define specifically what all the events were and what actions exactly trigger them. A lot of them are fairly self-explanatory based on their names, but a few are slightly vague.

Does anyone know where I can find those specific event definitions?
Or does anyone know specifically what the "Buffering" event is and what triggers it?

2 Community Answers

rgabaree Gabaree

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Hi - we also have this same question. I just searched and found this thread.

We're interested in knowing the answer too, specifically what triggers the "buffering" event:



JW Player Support Agent  
1 rated :

Hi, Rob.

My name is Alex and I am one of the Support Engineers at JW Player. I will be more than happy to assist you with your questions.

Here are what the states of the player refer to:

buffering: user pressed play, but sufficient data to start playback has to be loaded first. The buffering icon is visible in the display.

playing: the video is currently playing. No icon is visible in the display.

paused: the video is currently paused. The play icon is visible in the display.

I hope that helps. Please let me know if you need any more help or have any other questions.

Thank you!

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