Google Search Console’s URL inspection tool adds HTTP response, page resources, JS logs and rendered screenshot
You must check out the upgraded Google URL inspection tool; it really gives you more detailed insights into your pages.
What does it look like? Google shared this GIF showing you how to access and see the new features within the URL inspection tool:
How do I access this? Go to the new Google Search Console, click on the URL Inspection tool, enter a URL and do the live test. It will then give you access to the full feature set within that URL inspection tool.
Google wrote on Twitter “You can now see the HTTP response, page resources, JS logs and a rendered screenshot for a crawled page right from within the Inspect URL tool.”
Why it matters. Gaining insight into what Google sees after they crawl and render the page is very useful to SEOs and webmasters. Sometimes developers code pages in a way that might not work too well for Googlebot. This tool can show you those issues in a very specific and actionable manner. You can then use these details to show your developer what needs to be addressed, changed, fixed or adjusted.