Add Interaction to Next Paint (INP) to your Core Web Vitals dashboard

In this brief video, Cliff walks through the process for adding INP to a custom Favorites dashboard.

There has been a lot of buzz about Interaction to Next Paint (INP) as a potential replacement for First Input Delay (FID). Our fingers are crossed that we will say good riddance to FID and that this metric will do a better job of identifying responsiveness issues for applications. Look for an upcoming INP explainer and analysis after we've had a chance to observe it in the wild for a bit.

The recommended thresholds at the 75th percentile are as follows:

  • Good: < 200ms
  • Needs Improvement: 200ms - 500ms
  • Poor: > 500ms

It's important to note that the recommended thresholds may still be adjusted, as this is still an experimental metric.