February 6, 2018

Google Search Console Officially Available for Everyone

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Google announced today in a blog that the new Search Console beta is up and running, and it is officially available to all.

The blog post opened by explaining that Google have been listening to feedback and suggestions. “We’ve been flexing our listening muscles and finding new ways to incorporate your feedback into the design.”

For the new release, the company has been using three main channels to listen to feedback: Top Contributors in the help forums; Open feedback; Search Console panel.

Google incorporated feedback into architectural decisions as well as practical design details. One example given in the blog was to make changes to the core information architecture surround the navigation and product structure. The error and coverage reports, being originally separated could lead to multiple views of the same error, but as a result of the feedback, the error and coverage reporting has been united.

Google will continue to take feedback from users via Search Console’s feedback button and through the user panel.

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