This article covers a method to check website speed based on real-users data for free. One way to check website speed for real-use metrics is by using the Chrome UX report dataset. That dataset offers remarkable data but it’s huge and hard to use with BigQuery.
Treo Site Speed is a free alternative to do the same but in a simple way. Instead of querying through a big dataset with proper syntax, you can simply enter a URL and get a comprehensive site speed report based on real-users data. This tool audit the speed of your website across different locations and devices and benchmark it with competitors. Let’s check out what it offers.
Check Website Speed based on Real-Users Data Free
Treo Site Speed is absolutely free to use and there is no setup. All you have to do is visit the website and enter the URL there that you want to check. If that URL is indeed in the Chrome UX report dataset, it generates a speed audit report and shows that to you in graphical representation.
The report starts with Web Vitals that shows the First Contentful Paint and the Largest Contentful Paint of your site. These bar graphs represent the content loading time on your website that happen in the last 12 months. All this data is based on the real-users metics. You can hover your mouse cursor on a month in the graph to get a detailed look at that month. Then it shows First Input Delay and Cumulative Layout Shift in a similar manner.
Next, it covers Form Factors and Connections. This shows the user’s instructions based on Phone, Desktop, and Tablet. Next to it, you get a connect matrix of the users for 3G, 4G, and a faster internet connection.
Lastly, it shows a geographical map where it uses a heatmap to visualize the userbase from around the world. It’s an interactive map where you can hover the mouse cursor on any country to check the Web Vitals, Devices, and Connections info.
From the top, you can filter the speed metrics shown on this website for different devices, networks, and regions. You can also generate a link to share the report and subscribe to regular email updates.
This tool serves as a graphical interface to the Chrome UX report dataset making it simple for anyone to get comprehensive site speed audits. It has zero-setup and allows you to share reports via link and email. Give it a try and share your thoughts with us in the comment section,