Google Indexing API tests with normal URLs, which have NEITHER job posting NOR livestream structured data

You can use the Indexing API to tell Google to update or remove pages from the Google index. The requests must specify the location of a web page. You can also get the status of notifications that you have sent to Google. Currently, the Indexing API can only be used to crawl pages with either job posting or livestream structured data.



const urlUpdate = async (crawlurl,type) => {
const tokens = await jwtClient.authorize()
const options = {
url: '',
method: 'POST',
headers: {
'Content-Type': 'application/json',
auth: { bearer: tokens.access_token },
json: {
url: crawlurl,
type: 'URL_UPDATED',
return await rp(options)



Test 2: Set meta=noindex first and trigger API afterwards

Test Results:

Used Googlebots I have seen:

Used tool for log files:



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