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Google Drops More Reports From Old Google Search Console

In a Google announcement, it is “retiring another set of reports” within the old Search Console.   The reports that were to be retired weren't specifically mentioned. Google said “As we announced in January, today we’re retiring another set of reports. If you didn’t check the new reports, please do, and let us know what you think – [...]

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Google To Retire The Info: Command, Adds Canonical Information To URL Inspection Tool

Google is retiring the info command saying that it “was relatively underused.”  The company said that the new URL inspection tool gives users much of that data now. When you would use the info command (the syntax would be, you would see the canonical URL for a specific URL you entered using that info: syntax.  The URL inspection tool will now [...]

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Google AMP, Mobile-Friendly Testing Tools Support Code Editing

In an announcement made by Google, both of the company's AMP and mobile-friendly test tools are now able to support the ability to edit and rerun the test, live.  If you want to make any changes in the code editor to see how it'll impact the AMP and/or mobile-friendly test, it's possible to do it now. Some [...]

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Google Search Console Adds New Actions To Sitemap Report

A new update has been pushed within the new Google Search Console to the sitemap report to support new actions, Google announced on Twitter.  With this update, you can open the contents of a sitemap in a new tab, delete a sitemap, review more detailed errors, and more. Those actions include: Opening the sitemap content in a new tab [...]

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Google Search Console Gives Domain Properties To Replace Property Sets

In an announcement, Google has launched "domain properties," which is a feature that allows users to see data from a whole domain in one view within Google Search Console. This can consolidate your http, https, www, non-www, m-dot, etc into a single property to get an aggregate view of your site’s performance and errors/warnings in a single [...]

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Google Will Kill Off Property Sets Within Search Console

On the morning of February 26, Google emailed verified Google Search Console owners that property sets is officially going away at the end of March.  This was reported that this will be going away just a couple months ago.  But in light of how close this will happen, notifications were sent out by Google about the closure to those using the [...]

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Google Search Console Sending Alerts For Big Ranking, Traffic Drops

Alerts and notifications are being sent out by Google from Google Search Console when it detects a "substantial drop" in clicks to your website from the Google search results when compared to the data from previous weeks.  What's being done is that Google is basically looking at week-over-week data in the Performance report.  If the [...]

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Google Drops Mobile App Properties From GSC, Reminds Site Owners To Remove G+ Integrations

Google sent out notification to webmasters this week through Google Search Console, telling them that the mobile app properties and Google+ web integrations will no longer be supported. Google added the ability to include your mobile apps in 2015 in Google Search Console.  Beginning in 2017, Google began moving this functionality from Google Search Console to Firebase.  As expected, mobile app property [...]

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