In the Internet age, where milliseconds are measured, a slightly longer delay can make users impatient. Today, the Chrome team’s official blog announced that future Chrome browsers for sites with average long load times will be clearly marked, and pages are usually slow to load with “Loading, usuallyjustly loads slow” (loading in progress). Usually load slowly).
Chrome Group’s blog post explains. “This can take many forms, and we plan to try different options to determine which one will deliver the most value to our users.” “Google looks at the historical load delay time to find and mark sites that are slow to load. In addition, the Chrome team confirms slow-loading sites based on device hardware and network connectivity.
Google is currently trying to use a load screen (launch screen) to warn Chrome users, or it may use a progress bar that will turn green if the site is fast, or red if the site is running slowly.
“We’re working closely with other teams to build page load speed tags to improve the quality of google’s experience,” explains the Chrome team. It’s not clear when the new badge system will appear in Chrome, but Google announced its plans today at the company’s Chrome Development Summit in San Francisco.