Google Launched URL Inspection API tools in 2022
What is API
If you are a blogger then you must know that API testing is a type of software testing. The API validates the application programming interface. which is known as API.
API testing verifies that the performance, functionality, security, and reliability of an application demonstrates as expected.
Types of API Testing:
- Function Testing
- Security Testing
- Loading Testing
Google Search Console URL Inspection tools API has been Launched in 2022
A few days back I was having some problems getting the URL indexed. Meanwhile, Google Release a new URL Inspection API tool to solve this problem. With this, users can get index and information in bulk.
Let me tell you that if the URL is not indexed, then the user sends a request to index it with the help of URL Inspection Tools. These API tools are mostly great for users who want to inspect URLs in bulk on a regular basis and automate page debugging.
Provides programmatic access to URL-level data for properties managed in Google Search Console. Users can request data that is about the indexed version of the URL in Search Console.
The API will return the indexed information currently available in the URL Inspection Tool. In this way, the user can easily take advantage of the Google Search Console
Usage Limitation of the API Tools 2022
These new tools of Google Search Console have been launched with the limitations of API.
- You can send 2,000 Requests in a day and can send 6,00 requests in an hour.
‘In the Google Search Console URL Inspection API tool, the user needs to enter the URL of the page you want to inspect.’
Calling the tools API will give the Output (Report)
- Verdict: The user can see whether the URL is indexed or not. (You can check the status of the URL in URL Inspection)
- CoverageState: Here the status of the page can be seen whether the page is index or index with a warning, or discovered currently not index.
- RobotsTxtstate: Here, the URL you are asking about is RobotsTxtstate allowed or not?
- Indexingstate: Is URL indexing allowed or not?
- LastCrawlTime: what time the URL was crawled.
- PageFetchState: Whether Google search engine is able to find the page.
- GoogleCanoonical: Which URL is Google Canonical is using as in the given page.
- UserCanonical: Which URL the user wants to set canonical. can see from here.
- Referringurls: The URL that the user is calling from the URL Inspection API will be visible by which pages are linking or referring.
- Crawledsa: From which device the URL has been crawled by Google, you can see here.
- MobileUsabilityResult: Here, the User can see whether the URL Mobile Usability is passed or failed.
- RichResultsResult: Here the user can see what kind of result can be found on the URL. Like videos, education, job posts, etc. All the types that Google supports for rich results result, if you add schema data to it, you will get information about it.