Hi CrUX users,
This is your monthly announcement that the latest dataset has been published to BigQuery.
The 202210 (October 2022) dataset is now available and it covers 17,637,195 origins, a slight decrease of 2.4% over last month. Here’s a look at origins' Core Web Vitals performance this month:
54.8% of origins had good LCP
95.0% of origins had good FID
72.3% of origins had good CLS
41.6% of origins had good LCP, FID, and CLS
In this release we have further broken down our “rank” popularity available in the chrome-ux-report BigQuery dataset. Previously these were in groupings of log 10 (i.e. top 1,000 sites, top 10,000, top 100,000 sites, … up to top 100 million sites). From this release these are provided in half-rank steps (i.e. top 1,000 sites, top 5,000 sites, top 10,000, top 50,000 sites, top 100,000 sites, top 500,000 sites… up to top 100 million sites). The top rank (1,000) will not be altered with this change (i.e. we are not providing a top 500 rank).
Other recent CrUX-related updates:
The Google PageSpeed Insights tool has recently been expanded to show all the Lighthouse lab audits and not just the Performance audits. you can now view your Accessibility, Best Practice and SEO audit data while comparing your CrUX field data, with Lighthouse lab data.
Many Web Performance people, including many of the CrUX team, gathered in Amsterdam recently for the PerfNow web performance conference, which featured many presentations on Core Web Vitals and CrUX. The first two talks by Katie Hempenius on What's new in web performance, and Sia Karamalegos on Early Learnings for Early Hints at Shopify are already available for those of you that couldn't attended—or those that could and just need to rewatch them to get all the information you can out of them. Keep an eye on the conference YouTube channel for the remaining talks becoming available.
For more information on CrUX, see our recently updated documentation at https://developer.chrome.com/docs/crux/.
If you have any questions about CrUX, feel free to reach out to us on any of these channels:
chrome-ux-report on Google Groups
@ChromeUXReport on Twitter
questions tagged with chrome-ux-report on StackOverflow
GoogleChrome/CrUX on GitHub