Two new reports for Google Search Console have been announced by Google that help you understand how well your videos are performing in Google search and help you fix issues with your videos displaying in Google Search.
For the first report, it is a new option found under the Performance report, within “Search Appearances” that lets you see video-only clicks and impressions. Google said, “performance report already includes an option to see the performance of your video tab search results (type = video). We are excited to share that we’ve extended our support for videos, so you can now also see the performance of your videos in the main Search results tab (type = web) and in Discover using the new ‘Videos’ appearance.”
Content will show in this report if you are using VideoObject structured data or if Google uses other signals to detect that there is a video on the page.
Here is a screen shot of the report:
Google has even launched a new enhancement report for videos. For sites using structured data to annotate videos, Google will show this new “video” report under the enhancements section. The report shows video errors and warnings for markup implemented on your site and help you fix those errors.
Here’s a screenshot of that report: