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    What is FID in concern with Page Speed?

    What is FID in concern with Page Speed?

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    Hi Friends,
    First Input Delay (FID) is an important, user-centric metric for measuring load responsiveness because it quantifies the experience users feel when trying to interact with unresponsive pages a low FID helps ensure that the page is usable.

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    First Input Delay (FID) is a metric that measures the delay that users experience when they interact with the page while it's not yet interactive.

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    FID = First Input Delay. This measures the time between when a user first interacts with your site (i.e., when they click on something) to the time the browser is able to respond to the interaction. TTI = Time to interactive, when you can first interact with a page.

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    FID (First Input Delay): This type of metric becomes interactive when a user is doing some kind of activity. The time when a user first interacts with the site, this metric tracks the delay between the time a user interacts and the browser responds to the interaction.

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