Google announced it has added a new set of detailed errors to the rich results reports to Google Search Console for some sites. These are called the rich results status reports and you will see a report only if Search Console has data for that rich result type on your site, and Search Console implements a report for that type.
The announcement. Google said on Twitter “Today we’re adding more details to some errors on Search Console Rich Results status reports to make them more actionable and help you understand how to solve those issues.”
Rich results status reports. This report consists of a summary page and a details page that shows you errors, warnings and other details around supported rich results. The summary page shows a chart of errors, warnings, and valid items on your site over time, and a table showing status and description category combinations that shows how many structured data items currently fall in each category. You can click on a row in the summary page table to see details about items in that category. Google has added a new set of detailed errors to these reports to help you debug issues with your rich results.
What specifically are the new errors. Here is a list of the specific new detailed errors you will see with this enhancement:
- Invalid attribute string length
- Invalid attribute enum value
- Invalid object
- Type conversion failed
- Out of numeric range
Ryan Levering of Google said “the key is that it’s not new errors, just better details on a bunch...
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