You can use this tool for the same as well: https://www.heymeta.com/
We have also checked at our end and it is showing the meta description you have set.
4. If it matches your settings, then you must check if Google has seen the changes already or not.
For that, please check when the Google cache was updated for that page:
If the cache date is from before adding the new meta description, then you just have to wait for Google to re-crawl and re-index the page with the new info. If the date is after you made the changes, then you just have to wait it out and there is no further input needed from your end.
Do note that if everything’s fine and Google still decides to show a different meta title/description for your search keyword, there is nothing you can do as Google sometimes ignores the custom meta info altogether and show something from the page’s content that matches the search intent better.
Here are some of the common reasons Google might not use the meta description you provided: – The meta description is not relevant or useful (ie, just a collection of keywords). – The exact same meta description is provided across a large number of pages. – The meta description doesn’t match what the user is searching for, but other content on the page does.