With the capacity to run distinct mobile and desktop tests, Google has updated its wealthy results testing tool.
The firm claims this shift will be made to help site owners with mobile-first indexing preparations.
The correct use of structured information is one of Google’s demands for a site to be deemed ready for mobile-first indexing.
In particular, on both versions of a site, identical sets of structured information should be present.
For locations with distinct mobile and desktop variants, this is mainly a problem.
Consistent sets of structured data are less of a concern for responsive sites, but running a quick test still couldn’t hurt.