Google Search Console has recently updated with page experience desktop report. In this, Google added a desktop-specific page experience report on the google search console, which evaluates the page experience of the desktop versions.
Let’s dive into the topic and learn more about the “Page Experience Desktop Report” of the search console.
What is Page Experience Desktop Report?
The page experience report provides a digest of the visitor’s user experience visited your website. On the same hand, google evaluate this page’s experience metrics for an individual URL. Use it as a ranking signal in the google search console.
The importance lies in the fact that this report will help to prepare for the launch of the experience report. This update will begin rolling out in February and finish by the end of March.
Where can we find the Page Experience Report?
You can access the page experience desktop report from the page experience tab underneath of mobile report in the search console.
More about Page Experience Report
Google has confirmed three core web vitals, namely – LCP, FID, and CLS.
LCP – Largest Contentful Paint
FID – First Input Delay
CLS – Cumulative Layout Shift
All these core web vitals will apply to desktop ranking. While on the other hand, there is no change in other aspects of page experience signals.
- HTTPS Security
- Visual Stability of the page will remain the same as well.
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