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Chrome’s ‘Fast page’ label shows which websites have quick loading times – Engadget

Google launched the Web Vitals initiative in May in an effort to show users which websites typically perform well. It gives website owners and developers a unified set of metrics to measure against so they can ensure that their websites are loading swiftly for visitors. A few weeks after the initiative’s debut, Google revealed that in the future, it will take “page experience” based on Web Vitals into account when ranking pages in Search.

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