Google announced it has launched “domain properties,” a feature that lets you see data from a whole domain in one view within Google Search Console. This can consolidate your http, https, www, non-www, m-dot, etc into a single property to get an aggregate view of your site’s performance and errors/warnings in a single Google Search Console property. It’s important that the agency that’s handling your managed SEO to adopt these changes.
- Google announced “domain properties” in Search Console
- Domain properties is a way for Google Search Console to let site owners, webmasters, developers, and SEOs see a whole view of a domain name in one area
- Google use to handle this with property sets, but Google announced on Tuesday, February 26, the property sets are going away
Domain properties were built based on your feedback; thank you again for everything you’ve sent our way over the years! We hope this makes it easier to manage your site, and to get a complete overview without having to manually combine data, said Google.
Original Source: https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2019/02/announcing-domain-wide-data-in-search.html