Website speed tracking is not built-in to Google Analytics 4. This limitation is relevant since tracking real visitors' speed can reveal its impact on user engagement and conversion rates. Such data is essential for identifying website speed issues and projecting the ROI of speed-optimization work.
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Make sure the website stays fast, and how to optimize if necessary.
- See the performance impact of the latest deploys
- Find simple and technical pagespeed optimizations
- Work on to-do's and annotate their latest work
- Track Core Web Vitals per template via regular expressions
- Use filters and dimensions to debug
1 %More sales by making our LCP 31% faster
0 %Mobile revenue boost by improving CWV
24 %Visitors will not return after bad mobile experience
-1 %Less bounce after focusing on optimization
- Don't fall behind
See the performance impact of the latest deploys
Done a new deploy? Annotate it and see the impact on website speed within the hour.
- See what has improved or deteriorated through filters and dimensions
- Make obtained data actionable
- Easy as 1, 2, 3
Find simple and technical pagespeed optimizations
Whether it's about a lazyloaded image or finding the right caching strategy. Get the right insights that lead to making better decisions.
- Use 30+ filters and dimensions
- Know which bit of code or image is problematic for Core Web Vitals
- Make it part of your workflow
Work on to-do's and annotate your latest work
A website never stands still, there are always new features or 3rd parties adding to it. These often also come with new page speed challenges. Make to-do's based on collected data so that the site is always fast.
- Work with SEO or marketing to keep the website fast
- Always a fast website for the visitors
- All in one place
Track Core Web Vitals per template
We know that optimizations take place at the template level. Therefore, track all URLs within a given template.
- Use regular expressions and/ or CSS selectors
- See Core Web Vitals data at template level with URL deep-dive option
- Find pagespeed optimizations
Use filters and dimensions
Using filters and dimensions, it is possible to cross filter and find out where problems come from.
- See if visitors have a worse UX under certain conditions
- Make optimizations for your own website visitors (device memory, internet speed, etc.)
The complete Core Web Vitals for developers toolkit at your fingertips
We know you love dashboards as a developer, but it can also take up a lot of your time. We display data in a way that makes it easy to interpret and translate to points of action.
User experience score
Get a single score that shows how users are experiencing your site or a specific site speed metric.
First User Experience
Shows how unique visitors experience your site. They often have a worse UX, but are crucial for future conversions.
Conditions affect your users' pagespeed. Get clear insights per device, internet speed, type of pageview & ad traffic.
Real time Core Web Vitals
Track, compare & analyze LCP, CLS, FID + INP, TTFB, FCP & Pageload. See UX per template, with performance & timeline indicators
Use (custom) metrics, dimensions, device type, percentile, daterange, RegEX & more to deepdive into your site speed issues. Cross-filter to compare.
UX score+ Core Web Vitals' 6-month history on all metrics, extensive filtering & comparisons let you track & beat your competitors' site speed.
Tips, tricks and advice on Core Web Vitals for developers
At RUMvision, we understand why a fast webshop, a key benefit of using Hyvä themes, is crucial to you. Numerous factors can affect your site's speed, Core Web Vitals, and UX, ultimately impacting conversions. So, does Hyvä fix all performance problems? It's something our CEO Karlijn Löwik talked about at Meet Magento Netherlands 2023.
How proud we are to have sponsored an event like this, because what a community this is. Welcoming, friendly, open and people are happy to explain everything to you. Together we all have one goal, and that is to make the internet faster for ourselves, but more importantly; the end user. Were you unable to attend performance.now() 2023, but interested in the slides? Or do you simply want to watch the brilliant talks again? All of the slides from the talks are linked here.