This is awful. The SDTT is a tool that validates ALL schemas and helps make the web a semantically richer place. The RR test only supports a tiny narrow subset of Google-approved schemas.— Barry Adams 🛠⚙️⌨️ (@badams) July 7, 2020
You're downgrading the web with this move. You're making the web worse.
Really? This is better? pic.twitter.com/sy0VPh2vO1— Ian Lurie (@IanLurie) July 7, 2020
I'm still sad about SDTT. Have a meme. pic.twitter.com/XtVJaDo3ia— Izzi Smith (@izzionfire) July 8, 2020
Yandex also has one, even with an API: https://t.co/Y79k3LpmF5— 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) July 7, 2020
Unlike the old structured data validator, not all structured data is shown in the rich results test from Google. Since the old is being deprecated maybe @googlewmc can consider to start showing and highlight when it triggers rich results? it would be awesome! 😉 However... pic.twitter.com/2xLYbuejjf— Aleyda Solis (@aleyda) July 7, 2020