After the search engine optimization backlash around Google announcing it would deprecate the tool, Google decided to migrate it over Schema.org.In July, Google announced it would deprecate the Structured Data testing tool after released the Rich Results Test tool out of beta. The SEO community were not happy with the news and Google listened and decided to keep the tool but move it to schema.org.Google said \u201cwe\u2019ve heard your feedback\u201d and it is \u201crefocusing the Structured Data Testing Tool and migrating it to a new domain serving the schema.org community by April 2021.\u201dRich results tool. The rich results tool will be on Google\u2019s own site, designed and maintained with the purpose of showing you Google Search rich result types. Google said \u201cto test your markup for Google Search rich result types, you can continue to use the\u00a0Rich Results Test.\u201dStructured data testing tool. However, Google will be migrating the Structured Data testing tool off of Google\u2019s own domain and on to schema.org. Google said \u201cto better support open standards and development experience, we\u2019re refocusing the Structured Data Testing Tool and migrating it to a new domain serving the schema.org community by April 2021.\u201d Google explained that \u201cthe main purpose of the tool will be to check syntax and compliance of markup with schema.org standards.\u201d However, going forward the structured data testing tool will no longer check for Google search rich result types.Why we care. This seems like an okay compromise where Google will keep both tools under different locations for different purposes. The tool will not away, as Google originally said, but the purpose of the tool will be for checking syntax and compliance of markup with schema.org standards and not related to how Google shows these as rich results in Google Search.