According to new update we note a new turning point in Search Console's history: we are graduating the new Search Console out of beta! With this graduation we are likewise propelling the Manual Actions report and a "Test Live" capacity to the as of late propelled URL examination apparatus, which are joining a flood of reports and highlights we propelled in the new Search Console in the course of recent months.

Our adventure to the new Search Console

We propelled the new Search Console toward the start of the year. From that point forward we have been caught up with hearing and reacting to your criticism, including new highlights, for example, the URL Inspection Tool, and relocating key reports and highlights. This is what the new Search Console gives you:

- See information on links pointing to your site and within your site using the Links report.
- Get an accurate view of your website content using the Index Coverage report.
- Retrieve crawling, indexing, and serving information for any URL directly from the Google index using the URL Inspection Tool.
- Review your Search Analytics data going back 16 months in the Performance report.

Better alerting and new "fixed it" flows:

- Reports now show the HTML code where we think a fix necessary (if applicable).
- Get automatic alerts and see a listing of pages affected by Crawling, Indexing, AMP, Mobile Usability, Recipes, or Job posting issues.
- Notify Google when you've fixed an issue. We will review your pages, validate whether the issue is fixed, and return a detailed log of the validation findings.
- Share information quickly with the relevant people in your organization to drive the fix.

Simplified sitemaps and account settings management:

- Let Google know how your site is structured by submitting sitemaps
- Submit individual URLs for indexing.
- Add new sites to your account, invite and manage users.
Search form
Display RSS link.
Friend request form

Want to be friends with this user.

QR code