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The Chrome UX Report (CrUX) is a real user web performance dataset πŸ‘©πŸΏβ€πŸ’»
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Chrome Developers Oct 18
Have a question for the Chrome team❓ Well, is making an appearance at Use for a chance to have your question answered live!
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 15
Very strange. And your entry point is ? Mind sharing a screenshot of your error?
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 15
Replying to @nickwilsdon @_mkazi_
Use the open source connector. The first one should be marked as deprecated and removed. cc
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 15
This is something we've seen come up a few times recently. TBH not sure what's going on, as you note it's intermittent and vague. Hitting the data refresh button helps sometimes. Does anyone from the Data Studio side of know the answer? cc
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Sam Marsden Oct 12
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 11
Replying to @philsuter
CrUX is both URL-level as well as origin-level (all pages on the website). A few tools like PageSpeed Insights and Search Console will allow you to see URL-level performance while most others are origin-level. For more info see .
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 11
Replying to @machal
Sorry, still getting the same permission error :-/
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 9
Replying to @merlinox
Stay tuned :)
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @HenriHelvetica
201908 was the first πŸ˜€
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @chowell18
Glad to hear! Nothing changed on our end πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @chowell18
Hi Cory. Is this an old dashboard that suddenly stopped working or did you just create it via ?
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @ChromeUXReport
4/ The CLS implementation in Chrome was recently updated to take "move distance" into consideration. As a result, coverage is lower this month while users upgrade to the latest version. Read more about move distance in the WICG explainer: .
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @ChromeUXReport
3/ The `materialized` dataset on BigQuery has also been updated to include LCP. Quickly and easily get fast/avg/slow LCP distributions by querying the metrics_summary or device_summary tables.
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @ChromeUXReport
2/ Introducing a brand new metric to the CrUX dataset... Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)! πŸŽ‰ Read all about it here: . More guidance and documentation to come soon.
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
1/ The 201909 dataset is now live on BigQuery! There are 6,008,004 distinct origins in this release. πŸ“ Release notes to follow... πŸ‘‡
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 8
Replying to @machal
Happy to look into it. Could you share the report publicly? Getting a permissions error when following your link.
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πŸ“Š Chrome UX Report Oct 7
Replying to @machal
No errors that we're aware of. One thing that might help clear the error is refreshing the data.
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Paul Calvano Oct 3
The shows that ~5% of global traffic has a 3G effective connection type. We know that this varies by geography, but how much does it vary? Here's a graph that illustrates the % of 3G traffic per country. Interactive visualization here:
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Rick Viscomi Sep 24
Here's an eye-opening way to look at First Input Delay data from . Splitting by desktop/phone it's amazing to see how starkly different the experiences are. Desktop: 70% fast, 6% slow Phone: 13% fast, 43% slow Phone users experience slow FID on 7x more websites!
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Boris Schapira πŸš€ Sep 20
Comparison of the data from between Wikipedia and Google at
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