The Google Search Console update is booming. Even E-Commerce Photo Editing the most eagle-eyed SEO professionals can find it difficult to keep track of all of the latest developments. So I thought it would be helpful to give a good overview of what Google knows about plans to migrate features from older versions and see the evolution of newer versions of E-Commerce Photo Editing Search Console. We aim to keep this post updated with the latest releases and developments, but feel free to send us a message if you miss anything.
What has been / migrated to the new Search Console? E-Commerce Photo Editing The main source of confusion about the new version of Search Console is how Google handles the migration from the old version, as not all features have been migrated E-Commerce Photo Editing directly to the new version. Instead, Google takes advantage of the opportunities to reassess the tools and reports it provides to be more useful to users and to work more closely with the evolving challenges that SEO professionals are currently facing.
I am. advertisement Continue reading below After E-Commerce Photo Editing writing a few pieces of information about what has been migrated to the new version and what hasn't, Google published a post clarifying their plans. Here's an overview of Google's current plans: Shiny new reports and tools performance The Performance Report has been E-Commerce Photo Editing around for almost a year and was the first feature released in the beta version of Search Console. In addition to the sexy new UI, the biggest advantage of performance reports is that they extend the date range to include 16 months of data instead of 3 months compared to older Search Analytics reports.