Google seems to have redesigned the page experience overview report within Google Search Console. The overview screen now looks more like a basic informational screen with a lot less data on it than the original version.
Here is a screenshot of the new page experience overview page:
Compare that to what it looked like a few months ago:
On the new overview page for the page experience report it says, "Google’s core ranking systems look to reward content that provides a good page experience. Search Console has reports for two aspects you may wish to consider: Core Web Vitals and HTTPS. However, page experience involves more than just these two aspects." "Other aspects of page experience: Good page experience focuses on many different aspects, not just one or two. Understand how to check if you’re providing an overall great page experience."
It is not a big change but it does look different.
I believe the reports you click into are unchanged...
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