A special mode in honor of Star Wars Day has appeared in the Search Console.

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On May 4, fans of the Star Wars cult film saga celebrate an unofficial holiday – Star Wars Day. In honor of this date, Google added a special mode to the Search Console and a variety of Easter eggs associated with the creation of George Lucas.

Webmasters of the galaxy, don’t forget: “Do or do not. There is no try.” The Search Console team will be with you during this weekend – and more importantly, May the 4th be with you! Find C-3PO at https://t.co/uoaCWUIrap #StarWarsDay pic.twitter.com/KJ09860QWE

— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) May 3, 2019

To enable the Star Wars mode, you need to click on the switch in the upper right corner of the Search Console interface:

After that, a welcome message will appear:

Clicking on “Okay”, you can begin to search for Easter eggs. Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Rountable found the following:

  • Galaxy filter in performance report:

  • Color beams of different colors that vibrate and make sounds when the user clicks on different diagrams:

  • JJ Binks appears next to errors:

  • Yoda helps with tips:

What other surprises are hidden in the Search Console, you can try to find out for yourself.

Recall earlier in Easter search appeared Easter eggs, dedicated to the world premiere of the film “Avengers: Endgame” ( in the Russian box office – “The Avengers: The Finale” ).

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