On July 13, Google announced that the Search Console Search Analytics API now lets developers request 25,000 rows of data per request. Originally, the amount of rows per request was only 5,000.
Google even added 16 months of data to the Search Analytics API, giving developers a way to get more data out of the API is a good thing.
Google said, “Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site’s data.”
Are you using the Search Console Search Analytics API ⚙? We recently increased the max results/request to 25k and put together a guide for getting all your site’s data. Check it out & play with some code!https://t.co/cEZewKW32i
— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) July 13, 2018
Google said it added this new guide to help developers get data out of Google Search Console.
In addition, Google said that in about a month, it will be including filtered queries as “(other)” in the API. “This makes pagination easier, the numbers clearer, but might be confusing when comparing queries before/after,” Google said.
Thanks guys ! Already implemented in production 😎 pic.twitter.com/b89MA6Pvz0
— Olivier Tassel (@OlivierTassel) July 13, 2018