RUM data stands in contrast to lab data which is collected by loading a page in controlled test environment.
This article explains how you can use real user data in DebugBear. Learn about setup and configuration here.
Real user Monitoring Demo Video
Watch this video to learn more about how to work with the Core Web Vitals data in DebugBear RUM.
Web Vitals Trends
The Trends tab provides a high-level view of your website performance and how it has changed over time.
DebugBear collects data for these metrics:
- Largest Contentful Paint
- Cumulative Layout Shift
- Interaction to Next Paint
- First Input Delay
- Time to First Bytes
- First Contentful Paint
View individual user experiences
The Experiences tab shows you how specific visitors have experiences your website. This detailed data can help you replicate page speed issues and identify ways that a specific user experience could have been faster.
DebugBear also offers specific tabs to help you track and optimize the 6 performance metrics mentioned above.
Even on a slow website some users will have a fast experience. Some pages will be fast and some pages will be slow. The top of this tab shows a histogram that breaks down the total number intro groups of fast experiences, ok experiences, and slow experiences.
We also show percentile trends. Changes that you make on your website may not improve the average experience, but the 10% of users with the slowest connection may still benefit. This is measured by the p90 (90th percentile) line.
Next the report shows how fast the pages with the most traffic are. If you are looking for places to improve your website you can also choose to view the slowest pages on your site.
You can click on each of the bars in the charts to view data for just that specific page
Finally a map shows how page speed varies across the world.
Page element breakdown
For metrics that are related to a specific page element we also provide a breakdown of what this page element is. This applies to the LCP, CLS, INP, and FID metrics.
For example, for the LCP metric you can see what piece of content is the largest content element. This can vary on the devices size and initial scroll position when opening the page.
For Interaction to Next Paint and First Input Delay the element that the user clicked on or otherwise interacted with will be shown. When investigating CLS the element that moved around on the page is indicated.
Filtering RUM data
At the top of the report pages you can select whether you want to see all data or only Desktop/Mobile data.
You can also click on Edit Filters to define what pages and visits you want to see data on.