Time to First Byte (TTFB) is the time it takes to receive the first byte from the server. A fast TTFB indicates that the server responses quickly.Learn more at web.dev/ttfb/→
First Contentful Paint
First Contentful Paint (FCP) marks the time when the user can see anything on the screen. A fast FCP helps reassure the user that something is happening.Learn more at web.dev/fcp/→
Largest Contentful PaintCWV
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)Core Web Vital marks the time when the page's main content has likely loaded. A fast LCP helps reassure the user that the page is useful.Learn more at web.dev/lcp/→
Cumulative Layout ShiftCWV
Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)Core Web Vital quantifies how often users experience unexpected layout shifts. A fast CLS indicates that the page is delightful.Learn more at web.dev/cls/→
First Input DelayCWV
First Input Delay (FID)Core Web Vital quantifies the experience users feel when trying to interact with unresponsive pages. A fast FID indicates that the page is usable.Learn more at web.dev/fid/→
Interaction to Next PaintExp
Interaction to Next Paint (INP)Experimental measures interaction latency. It captures the full event time, from initial input until the next frame is painted and event handlers have run. For pages with many interactions, it uses the maximum duration with some approximations.Learn more at web.dev/responsiveness/→
The data collected anonymously from real-world Google Chrome users and provided by Chrome UX Report.
URL-level data is live and aggregated over the past 28 days. Detailed domain-level information is published every second Tuesday of the month
The detailed CrUX data for January 2023 will be published on February 14th.