Google updates the AMP report in the Google Search Console
Five months after launching the AMP error report in the Google Search Console, Google has updated the report to make it easier to spot errors.
Google’s John Mueller announced on Google+ that the Google Search Console report for AMP pages has been updated to improve the categorization and “better group similar issues.” It also will now give you more information on the individual problems that Google discovered while crawling your AMP pages.
Here is a screen shot of the updated report:
Google first added this report in January 2016 to help publishers debug their AMP errors. This would be the first update to the report since then.
John Mueller added, “If you’ve set up AMP, even if you just installed the AMP plugin for your blog, I’d recommend checking it out!” You can access it by clicking here and selecting a verified site in your Google Search Console profiles.
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