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Google Search Console will start reporting on the Core Web Vitals (CWV) scores of specific URLs, in addition to aggregate scores for URL groups.
What this means is more granular data for Search Console users.
The updated Core Web Vitals report in Google Search Console will allow you to identify URLs holding your site back from achieving “Good” scores.
With the information available in the updated reports, you’ll know where to focus your efforts if your CWV scores aren’t up to par.
Here’s more about what’s changing and how to read the new Core Web Vitals report in Search Console.
Core Web Vitals Report – What’s New?
Before today’s update, Search Console’s Core Web Vitals report provided aggregate scores based on groups of URLs.
Google will continue to evaluate Core Web Vitals for URL groups, though you can now go one level deeper.
Clicking on a URL group in the Search Console report will bring up a new panel on the right side with URL-level data.
See an example in the screenshot below:
Screenshot from twitter.com/googlesearchsc, August 2022.
This example shows someone investigating CLS scores that need improvement. When they click on a URL group in the report, they can see the individual URLs that require attention.
In addition, the report shows which URLs in the group...
Read Full Story: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-search-console-update-more-data-in-core-web-vitals-reports/462137/
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