Google has said it will start tagging sites it considers fast in Chrome, starting with the Android mobile browser.
When users click and hold a link, Chrome for Android will add a "Fast link" tag if that site "was historically fast for other users," the company said.
“Labeling is based on signals from Core Web Vital measurements that quantify key aspects of experience of users, as experienced by real Chrome users, "the post said.
“Core Web Vital measurements measure web usability dimensions, such as load time, response and stability content as it loads and sets thresholds for these metrics to define a line to provide a good user experience. ”
The tag / tag was originally released on the beta channel of Chrome version 85 for Android and users should use the lite function or submit anonymous browsing data to Google via the "Search and Better Browsing" setting in Chrome.
"We believe that the web plays a crucial role in our lives and we hope that fast tagging proves useful to users who experience slow or bad connections. network. "Over time, we may also be experimenting with tagging in other parts of the Chrome web interface," he said.
In May, Google announced that it was beginning to integrate Core Web Vital metrics into search rankings.
At the same time, the giant company said it would end its use of AutoFill on mixed forms and start warning users when they start entering data into a mixed form that is not secure.
"Information submitted on these forms may be visible to eavesdroppers, allowing malicious parties to read or alter sensitive information. data of the form. ”
When a user submits a mixed form, the browser will display a warning page asking if they want to continue.
Google says password manager in Chrome will continue to work with mixed forms, despite changes in management forms to be released in version 86.
"Chrome Password Manager helps users enter unique ones passwords "It is safer to use unique passwords even on securely submitted forms than to re-use passwords," he said.
When users hover over the URL, it will expand to display the full address.