User experience is a very important part of a website. As long as the user experience is not good, even if the website is gorgeous, it will be a bad website. One of the important elements of the user experience is the loading speed of the website.
Google recently appeared in the Chrome’s development blog that they are researching ways to let users know exactly how fast the websites are. In the blog, there are also two example, including adding a “usually load slow” message when opening a particularly slow page, and change the colour on the progress bar to identify the speed.
The related features are still in the research phase, and many details, including how to identify a website as slow site, are not determined. However, Google said that they will continue to study possible solutions with the premise that “most developers can do it”.