On Monday, Google made an announcement of its two brand new features in Google search console testing tools. Inside the Google URL testing apparatuses, for example, the AMP test, rich outcomes test and URL Inspection device, you would now be able to look inside your markup to discover the code, and furthermore, you can duplicate the code and change it. Google said this makes checking your rendered markup and modifying it simpler.
The declaration: Google posted the declaration on Twitter and shared a GIF of it in real life.
🎈New feature landing in the Search Console URL testing tools (like the AMP Test, Rich Results & URL inspection tool):
1️⃣ Search within the markup 🔎
2️⃣ Copy the code & tweak it! 📝
This makes 🔭 checking the rendered markup and 🛠experimenting with it quicker & easier! 😎 pic.twitter.com/AVe90L5zF2
— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) June 24, 2019
New highlights: The two new highlights incorporate
(1) Search inside the markup so you can rapidly discover the spot in your markup that you need to alter.
(2) Copy the code and markup and after that make changes to it and check whether those changes pass approval and result in the upshot you want.
Why we give it a second thought. At last this component should make debugging issues with your markup for organized data issues quicker. It should make it simpler to find the issues you may have with your markup, at that point, test the progressions you make to check whether it will pass approval by Google.