New Page Experience Report added to Google Search Console
One of the reasons for Google delaying the roll out of the Page Experience update was to give site owners more tools to improve their pages. To support this, Google has launched some new features in Google Search Console to aid developers with making page experience improvements on their websites.
A new report named the Page Experience has been rolled out within Google Search Console, combining the core web vitals report with the other metrics that form part of the page experience update. The new Page Experience report provides you with data on:
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)
First Input Delay (FID)
Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)
Absence of intrusive interstitials
Safe browsing status
Alongside this Google have also improved the Search performance report allowing you to filter pages with good page experience vs the other statuses of those page experience levels. The new update should “help you keep track of how these pages compare to other pages on the same site,” Google said.
Utilising these reports within Google Search Console will provide you with new ways to look at the pages within your website and identify how well you will be scoring with the page experience update, ready for when it comes into play in June.
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