3 New Features Are Now Available in The Google New Search Console

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3 New Features Are Now Available in The Google New Search Console

Mouhammed Abood

Google announced on its Webmaster Central Blog that they are rolling out three new features and updates to all the web owners around the world, which help them to be fully informed of all their sites details, reports, analytics, and results.

These new features and updates are focusing on importing existing popular features from the old Search Console to the new product, including Links Report, Mobile Usability report, and Site and user management.

Links Report

In the past times, Search Console users were having the capacity of seeing links to and within their site, as Google Search sees them. Now, Google is launching the new Links report, which brings together the functionality of the “Links to your site” and “Internal Links” reports on the old Search Console, as one element.

Mobile Usability report

Google is valuing the importance of the Mobile Usability for all site owners, so it launched the Mobile Usability report on the new Search Console, to enables site owners to fix mobile usability issues.

Issue names are the same as in the old report but Google now allows users to submit a validation and re-indexing request when an issue is fixed, similar to other reports in the new Search Console.

Site and user management

This is one of the Google Search Console recent three updates, which gives the site owners the ability to add and verify new sites and control their property’s users and permissions, directly in new Search Console using the Google newly added settings page.

Finally, it should be said that these new features and updates are not the first or the only Google efforts on its ongoing work to enhance the users’ experience and provide effective services and products to all the Webmasters, Site owners, publishers, advertisers, and marketers around the worldwide.

It also intends to launch and create more features, updates, and changes to the new Search Console, at the end of its official announcement.


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