Introduction into RUMvision dashboards

RUMvision allows you to monitor the performance of your website through Real User Monitoring (RUM). We then offer multiple panels, adjusted to our different users and roles with varying knowledge. These panels are explained in this section.

Dashboard popup

When clicking on a domain, a popup will be shown. This popup will explain the available panels. This happens for all domains you click on from the dashboard. Such a popup is illustrated in the screenshot below.

If you are typically using one specific panel, you can save this choice by chechking the checkbox and the bottom of the popup. This way, our application knows to directly get you to that panel-type for all future interactions. This can be changed in your profile at any time.

Daterange picker

Using the calendar, you can choose dateranges to get data from. The after-period should be configured in the first datepicker. The second datepicker should be used for the before-period.

So, to actually compare experiences with a previous daterange, you can set up a different custom daterange in the second daterange picker.


You can even choose a specific time for the start- and enddate per daterange. This comes in handy when deploys were done during the day, and you already want to start analyzing a few hours after.

Choosing a metric

Metrics can be found here, such as Core Web Vitals, Other notable metrics, more technical metrics, custom metrics and grouped resource size metrics.


We've hidden some metrics -such as technical metrics- by default based on your profile settings. Switch to advanced-mode (for free) to get to see all available metrics.

Filters and dimensions

If you only want to see a specific segment (for example, only Google Chrome users, or only unique pageviews), then you can change this in the active settings.

When another dimension is active, you can actually easily switch back to this dimension by clicking on the header in the dropdown.

The dropdown also provides direct insights into which segments/conditions is having the most data points, by showing both the absolute amount of data points as well as relative, by showing a percentages.


A light-blue filter means it currently is the active dimension. You would then be seeing experiences per bucket based on that dimension.

By default, only the most interesting options are being shown in the dropdown per filter. If there are more, then you can just collapse the list.

Add filters

Dimensions are allowing you to dive deeper into user, device, page and server conditions. This is important as -when it comes to real user experiences- many conditions are playing a role.


Not all dimensions are as interesting. For example, the device memory is less important towards TTFB than FID and INP metrics.

That's why we will only show dimensions which are insightsful to combine with the chosen metric.

If you still want to be able to use all dimensions at all times, then switch to advanced mode (for free).