As a reminder, Dynamic rendering requires your web server to detect crawlers (for example, by checking the user agent). Requests from crawlers are routed to a renderer, requests from users are served normally. Where needed, the dynamic renderer serves a version of the content that’s suitable to the crawler, for example, it may serve a static HTML version. You can choose to enable the dynamic renderer for all pages or on a per-page basis.
Martin Splitt opened up his DMs on Twitter to accept feedback on how this has been working for you.
📣 Hear,hear! 📣
Have you or some of your clients implemented dynamic rendering?
👉 I’d love to hear from you (DMs open)! pic.twitter.com/8vKfqoK555
— Martin Splitt @ 🇨🇭🏡 (@g33konaut) April 4, 2019
So go ahead and let him know.
Forum discussion at Twitter.