Google no longer recommends using dynamic rendering for Google Search
Google now says this is a workaround and not a long-term solution.
Barry Schwartz on August 10, 2022 at 7:43 am | Reading time: 3 minutes
Truth is, Google always said this was a workaround but now with advancements in web and crawling technology, Google is pushing harder for developers, webmasters, and SEOs to avoid using dynamic rendering.
Google also added and updated these sections to the top of the page:
Dynamic rendering is a workaround and not a recommended solution, because it creates additional complexities and resource requirements.
Before screenshot. Here is a screenshot of the page before:
After screenshot. Here is a screenshot of the page after:
Why we care. If you have been using dynamic rendering or considering using it in the future, maybe try server-side rendering or static rendering, or hydration as an alternative going forward. It is not always common for Google to outright say they do not recommend a specific technique and here Google is saying that.