Get the most out of SpeedCurve

Pro tips and tutorials to help you take advantage of all the unique features SpeedCurve has to offer

10 articles in this collection
Written by Joseph Wynn, Tammy Everts, and Mark Zeman

Sharing your SpeedCurve dashboards

How to share your SpeedCurve dashboards with other people or display them on a TV screen without having to log in.
Written by Joseph Wynn
Updated over a week ago

Performance culture tips and best practices

How to create a healthy, happy culture of web performance culture in your organization
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated over a week ago

Create custom dashboards and charts

With your Favorite dashboards, it's easy (yes, easy) for you to focus on the metrics that matter most to you and share them with your team.
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated yesterday

Benchmark yourself against your competitors

Knowing which of your competitors are faster than you is a great way to get performance buy-in throughout your organization.
Written by Mark Zeman
Updated over a week ago

Use custom labels to compare URLs or page groups

This is important for competitive benchmarking, A/B testing your own pages, and comparing your synthetic and RUM data.
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated over a week ago

Get comparison videos

With SpeedCurve synthetic monitoring, you can generate comparison videos to use for your internal or competitive benchmarking.
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated over a week ago

Find and fix performance issues on your pages

How to get detailed page-level diagnostics in your synthetic test results
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated over a week ago

Add notes and deploys

Keep track of changes to your site and deploys. Here's how to add notes to your charts – either manually or with our Deploy API.
Written by Mark Zeman
Updated over a week ago

Export your test data

Your SpeedCurve test data is available via our API as well as via an open-source tool called speedcurve2csv.
Written by Tammy Everts
Updated over a week ago

A/B performance testing

How to benchmark URL variations against each other
Written by Mark Zeman
Updated over a week ago