CrUX (Bulk CWV Test)
Auditzy™ Bulk Core Web Vitals Test is the newest tool in the kit of every webmaster, developer & SEO expert. It allows you to analyze up to 5,000 URLs in a single go for any website you want. You'll get a detailed report that shows you how many URLs are acing it, how many need a little help, and those with no data.
Key benefits of using the Bulk CWV feature in Auditzy
Mass Analysis: With the proliferation of content, many brands manage vast website portfolios. Manually checking each URL is time-consuming and impractical. Bulk testing is a timely solution.
Competitive Benchmarking: Beyond just assessing your site, it’s crucial to understand where you stand in the competitive landscape. This tool also empowers brands to analyze competitor domains, providing a comprehensive market view.
Continuous Core Web Vitals Monitoring: With Auditzy, you can Monitor your website's Core Web Vitals at a weekly and monthly frequency and can save time.
Streamlined Reporting: Data is only as good as the insights derived. The bulk test ensures clear, concise, and actionable reports, guiding data-driven strategies.
How to get started with Auditzy Bulk CrUX Test?
Step 1: Creating a Batch
- Click on the CrUX Menu on the Left Sidebar and select Bulk CWV Test option.
- Select Portfolio/Competitor for which you want your report for.
- Now you will have 2 options for URL selection i.e. Selecting from existing URLs (which considers the Pages added to your portfolio/competitor) or Entering the Sitemap URL of the website.
- Enter the Google Key that will be used to fetch CrUX data for the URLs. (We have curated a list of helpful FAQs that will help you get started with What is Google Key and How to create it?)
- Enter the Batch Test Name
- Select the URLs from the dropdown (Select from existing URLs option) or Enter the Sitemap URL (XML) for automatic URL extraction.
- Click on the Start Batch Test button to create the batch and start the test.
- You will be asked to Confirm the Batch Test with information regarding the Total URLs in the test and the Approximate Execution Time that the test will take. Once its confirmed, the test will start and you will be redirected to the Batch Test Listing page.
Step 2: Viewing the Results
Once the test is completed the status of the batch will be updated to Completed and you will be able to view the results by clicking on the View Details button.
Batch Overview Page
Batch Overview page provides insights into the URLs you included for batch CWV testing. It delivers a comprehensive summary of Core Web Vitals (CWV), detailing the count of URLs that pass, fail, or lack data on diverse performance metrics for both desktop and mobile users.
You have the option to switch between different batches and between different Date & Times to view the data for.
Batch Details Page
Batch Details page provides insights into the URLs you included for batch CWV testing. Different filters for Desktop & Mobile are available to view the data for. You can also filter out data based on different Core Web Vital metrics i.e. LCP, FID & CLS and the URLs that are Passing, Failing or have No data.
This comprehensive filtering mechanism allows you to view the data for specific URLs and specific metrics and pin point the URLs that are failing or need improvement.
URL CrUX Report Page
URL CrUX report page provides insights into the Core Web Vitals (CWV) of a specific URL.
At the top of the report you will get the information if the URL is passing or failing the Core Web Vitals assessment. Below you have the Report type i.e. Exact URL or Domain basis and the toggle to switch between different device modes i.e. Desktop, Mobile & All.
A line graph depicting the data for the past 6 months will be displayed below. You can hover over the graph to view the data for a specific date.
Above the graph you will find all the Core Web Vitals and other Notable Metrics to view the data for. By default LCP will be selected at first.
On the right side, there is timeline switch to toggle between different time range of data. You have the option to view data for monthly, quarterly or half-yearly basis.
Additionally, users have the option to access data categorized by division, showcasing varying percentages of positive, improvement-worthy, or negative website experiences.
Below the line graph you will find the current Core Web Vital scores for the URL with the user experience score depicting the percentage of users feeling the website experience is good, needs improvement or is poor.
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