Google recently announced that Google’s Rich Results Test tool Site now supports the article structured data markup. Using the tool now the site owners can validate their article structured data markup.
Google informed the users through their official twitter handle for webmasters.
We are happy to announce support for Article structured data in the Rich Results Test tool. Read more about the markup in our developer documentation https://t.co/8osWelZNwu or test your pages at https://t.co/AGp8xwSsDK pic.twitter.com/YjuomwwnMl
— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) August 10, 2020
Article structured data is very useful and can be used to enhance the appearance of the news, blog, and other article pages. Structured data, also called schema markup, is a type of code that makes it easier for search engines to crawl, organize, and display your content.
The Rich Results Test tool will allow the site owners to check their markup and the changes they need to do to further highlight the core sections of their page.