Google Search Console releases URL inspection tool

Google has announced a new feature in the Google Search Console beta that will allow you to query a specific URL on your site to see the display status of that URL through Google Search. This feature is referred to as a URL review tool and will be implemented in the next few weeks for Google Search Console users.

This tool “provides detailed information for tracking, indexing, and publishing your pages directly from the Google index,” explains Google. It displays the last tracked date, the status of this last crawl, tracking or indexing errors, and the canonical URL of this page. It will indicate if the page was indexed correctly, AMP errors, structured data errors, and indexing issues.

Here are screenshots:

Google Search Console releases URL inspection tool

Google Search Console releases URL inspection tool

 

You can enter in either AMP vs. non-AMP URLs as well.

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