Google has actually updated three of its public dealing with Search Console tools to match and “line up” to the URL Inspection tool in Google Search Console. Particularly the AMP, Mobile Friendly, and Rich Results tools are now visually and performance comparable and the like the URL Inspection tool.Here is how the mobile friendly test appears like side by side in the public dealing with tool (image on the left) and the URL examination tool (image on the right) – click on the image to see the full size: Now the user interfaces and the functionality are the exact same, Google stated it is making “changes in their styles and improving functions to be totally aligned with the URL Inspection tool.” “The modifications consist of standardization of previous functions, plus new features that you might be familiar with from the URL Inspection tool. Specifically, from now on the following fields will be reported both on public screening and URL assessment tools.”Page schedule – Whether Google was able to crawl the page, when it was crawled, or any obstacles that it experienced when crawling the URL.
HTTP headers – The HTTP header response returned from the checked URL.
Page screenshot – The rendered page as seen by Google.
Paired AMP evaluation, Inspect both canonical and AMP URL.This is a good idea due to the fact that having multiple tools from Google that reveal various things can puzzle its audience, like we saw yesterday.Another good idea about todays upgrade to the Rich Results checking tool is that you can pick to view the rendered HTML/screenshot for either mobile or desktop whereas URL Inspector does not give you the choice. Useful for debugging.— Michelle (@Shelliweb) October 11, 2021 Forum discussion at Twitter.