Identify and resolve INP issues

Google releases guide to troubleshooting Interaction to Next Paint (INP)

Google recently launched a new measurement criterion, Interaction to Next Paint (INP), to evaluate the responsiveness of websites. Replacing First Input Delay (FID), INP has become a key indicator of Core Web Vitals. To help developers and SEO professionals optimize this metric, Google has published a detailed tutorial on using Chrome DevTools.

In-depth analysis of the INP

Since March 12, 2024, Google has introduced the INP to replace the FID. This decision was taken to better differentiate the performance of websites by measuring their responsiveness. A good INP score is below 200 milliseconds, while above 500 ms the site is considered too slow.

Chrome DevTools User Guide

Google’s tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to diagnosing INP issues with Chrome DevTools. Steps include opening DevTools, simulating a slower mobile device, recording user interactions, analyzing performance, and identifying issues.

Valuable help for SEOs and developers

With the arrival of INP, Google video is a valuable resource for SEO professionals and developers wishing to improve the responsiveness of their site. This initiative aims to encourage the optimization of Core Web Vitals and ensure an optimal user experience.

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