Google announced that by September 2020, its search service will be turning to a mobile-first crawler index. In fact, the media has long reported on this expected adjustment. The company says the move will be a unified simplification, with 70 percent of the site’s search results now switched. Administrators can log in to the Google Search Console console to check if their websites are migrating and learn how to do this.
After nearly four years of development, Google launched the mobile priority indexing process in 2016. According to the company’s analysis, most sites in search results are suitable for switching to mobile-first index rendering.
During this time, each site has enough time to complete the migration to the mobile-first index. If your site hasn’t completed the conversion, you may be notified by Google as shown in the image above.
Finally, failure to fix the Google Mobile Priority crawler search by September 2020 could affect your site’s ranking in Google’s index.