Google officially announces the new Google Search Console is available for everyone

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The Search Console UX team shares how user feedback played a role in the evolution of the new version.

Google has officially reported the full take off of the new beta adaptation of the Google Search Console on the Webmaster blog. As we revealed, the beta had come to about everyone starting at two or three weeks back.

“We are cheerful to report that the new Search Console is currently available to all destinations,” Google composed on its Webmaster Central blog.

The old interface will stay up for a long time to come, and you can keep on using the two adaptations of the Google Search Console.

Google has said there is significantly more to come in the new Google Search Console. The organization needs clients to submit criticism about the new Search Console to express “which highlight would you want to find in the following emphasis of Search Console.”

The Search Console UX group clarifies in the blog entry how the new Search Console came to fruition and developed in view of reaction from clients. “We A/B tried a portion of the new Search Console reports against the current reports with 30,000 clients. We followed issue settle rates to confirm new Search Console drives better outcomes and conveyed follow-up studies to find out about their experience,” the group shared. It got input principally through three techniques: the assistance discussions, the submit criticism connect and a gathering of beta analyzers called the “Search Console board.”

As cases of how client reaction educated the item, the group stated, “The blunder and scope reports were initially isolated which could prompt numerous perspectives of a similar mistake. Because of client input we joined the mistake and scope detailing offering one all encompassing perspective”. Also, a portion of the “latest input affirmed that fare usefulness was not a decent to-have, yet rather a necessity for some clients and helped us tune definite help pages in the underlying discharge.”

The group will keep on taking input from clients by means of Search Console’s criticism catch and through the client board.


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