Defaced launches Chrome Extension for Google Core Web Vitals

Defaced, has launched a chrome extension that allows you to view the core web vitals from the Chrome User Experience Report for a given webpage right in the google search results.

Defaced.dev, has launched a chrome extension that allows you to view the core web vitals from the Chrome User Experience Report for a given webpage right in the google search results.

With this latest development, you can now view the core web vitals reports for web pages around the world right inside google search results.

The Chrome Extension is available on the Google Chrome Extension store. According to Defaced, you need to get a free API key for the Chrome UX Report API to be able to use the chrome extension.

After generating the API Key, you need to add the key to the extension's settings page, and you will start to see Core web vitals metrics in your search results.

Follow this link to generate your Chrome UX Experience Report API,

The core web vitals metrics reported in the google search console and the Chrome UX report include:

  1. Largest Contentful Paint, LCP
  2. First Input Delay, FID, and
  3. Cumulative layout Shift, CLS

You will be able to view these metrics for all web pages in your search results.