Go ahead and install Chrome if you don’t already have it installed on your system. Once you do, open a new tab and then press CTRL + SHIFT + I to open the developer tools window or click on the three dots icon, then More tools and then Developer tools.
This will bring up the Developer Tools window. Now go ahead and click on the Network tab. On the right, you should see a label called No Throttling. If you click on that, you’ll get a dropdown list of pre-configured speeds that you can use to simulate a slow connection.
If you want to use your own specific values, you can click the Add button under Custom. Click on the Add Custom Profile button to add a new profile. Download and Upload fields are in Kbps, latency is in ms.
You can try the simulated speed using a tool like fast.com to do it, go ahead and open the Developer Tools window, and select the desired option. For this example: "Alaska". Then run the speed test. As you can see the measurement is reflecting the reduced connectivity.
Now you can go ahead and try Imago with a reduced connective. For this go to: https://www.imago.live/try-it-now/ and select "CLICK TO OPEN THE VIEWER". This will log you into a demo account (no credentials needed).
Once in the account, you can open the Developer Tools window and apply the throttling as shown before. Play around to see how Imago works in a low connectivity environment.