Your URL Doesn’t Have to be ASCII Anymore
Ever wanted to use a display and destination URL that had other standard Roman alphabet characters in it?
Now you can. In your display and destination URLs, you can use:
• non-ASCII characters
• non-Latin characters (like the Greek example above)
• Latin characters with accents and diacritical markings (such as é, ü and ñ).
“To ensure that users will be able to reach your site, we’ll verify that the URL works properly in both Unicode and Punycode.”
Gotta love that.