Just a reminder, if we are updating any canonicals, we do not need to refurbish all desktop/mobile canonicals on your site to make a mobile chronicle be a primary URL.
We enclosed this information in a Google Mobile First Indexing Guide, though some people are still seeking either they need to switch or not.
@shaunmaharaj yes, no change there.
— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) January 13, 2017
Why does Google not need that a mobile page be designated as a primary URL when a canonicals are referencing between a desktop and mobile chronicle of a page? When Google initial announced a indexing change, they told The SEM Post that site owners didn’t need to make changes.
Doantam Phan from Google said, “Sites do not have to make changes to their authorized links; we’ll continue to use these links as guides to offer a suitable formula to a user acid on desktop or mobile.”
Gary Illyes reliable a same progressing as well, observant they were perplexing to make a switch easy. And for some site owners, swapping desktop/mobile canonicals could be a outrageous undertaking.
— Gary Illyes ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ (@methode) November 5, 2016
So usually a reminder, we do not need to worry about canonicals that are merely referencing between a mobile and desktop version. Google will still scrupulously anxiety a two… a usually change is Google will start indexing a mobile chronicle as a primary chronicle of a page for a hunt index.
Mobile initial indexing is still in a contrast phase, there is no timeline for when they will strictly make a switch for all sites and all users.
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