The Consistently Interactive metric measures when a page is fully interactive:
- The page strictly meets the Idle guideline of the RAIL performance model: the page yields control back to the main thread at least once every 50ms.
- The network is idle. Specifically, there are only two open network requests remaining.
See also First Interactive.
To improve your Consistently Interactive score:
- Minimize the number of required or "critical" resources that must be downloaded or executed before the page can load. See Critical Rendering Path.
- Minimize the size of each critical resource. See Optimizing Content Efficiency.
The score is a lognormal distribution of some complicated calculations based on the definition of the Consistently Interactive metric. See First Interactive And Consistently Interactive for definitions.
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