Google Search Console will now direct site owners to additional resources when they’re debugging AMP page experience issues.
Starting today, Search Console is linking to the AMP Page Experience Guide in areas where site owners may find it useful.
For example, a link to the guide will appear when examining URLs in the Page Experience and Core Web Vitals reports.
Clicking on the link will trigger the AMP Page Experience Guide to open a report that will help with debugging issues related to Google’s recent page experience update.
The AMP Page Experience Guide contains additional optimizations that are recommended in order to provide an optimal user experience.
Ultimately, this integration will make it easier for site owners to act on performance issues reported by Search Console.
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As Naina Raisinghani of The AMP Project states in an announcement, AMP aims for compliance with all best practices but that’s difficult to achieve in a single framework:
“As the page experience signals roll out, AMP Project contributors around the world are dedicated to ensuring site owners are getting the best shot toward a performant experience when creating AMP pages. However, like many other frameworks, AMP can’t implement all web development best practices.
To get the strongest possible user experience on your AMP pages, we highly encourage all site owners to implement additional optimizations as recommended by the AMP Page Experience…