In an announcement, Google is coming out with some new features that can be found within their URL inspection tool found within the Google Search Console.  The tool now has the ability to see a specific URL’s HTTP response code, the page resources, the JavaScript logs and a rendered screenshots.

Google shared this GIF showing you how to access and see the new features within the URL inspection tool:

In order to access this, just go to the new Google Search Console, click on the URL Inspection tool, enter a URL and do the live test. It will then give you access to the full feature set within that URL inspection tool.

Google added the specific ability to see the HTTP response code, so that you can see if Google sees a 200 OK code, a 404 page not found code, a 301 redirect code or something else.   You’ll even be shown the page resources that Google can and cannot see.  Google will show you your JavaScript log and also show you a screen shot of how Google renders the page.

Google wrote on Twitter “You can now see the HTTP response, page resources, JS logs and a rendered screenshot for a crawled page right from within the Inspect URL tool.”

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