Latest Updates in Google search Console

Google recently announced a new Breadcrumbs report available in the Search Console to inform site owners about markup issues. In 2015, Google introduced support for schema.org structured data, including the breadcrumbs URL structure, in order better present URLs in search results.

New Removals report in Search Console
You can access te tool within Google Search Console, under the “Index” menu, labeled as “Removals.” Search Console, which enables site owners to temporarily hide a page from appearing in Google Search results. The new report also provides info on pages on your site that have been reported via other Google public tools.
Temporary removals
Temporary remove URL will hide the URL from Google Search results for about six months and clear the cached copy of the page.Clear cache URL clears the cached page and wipes out the page description snippet in Search results until the page is crawled again
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Outdated Content

Outdated Content tool, which can be used by anyone to update search results showing information that is no longer present on a page, Google said

Safe Search results

URLs submitted using this tool are reviewed, and if Google feels that this content should be filtered from Safe Search results, these URLs are tagged as adult content.
Google has released the new Speed Report in Search Console – what is it, how do you use it, and what’s so great about it anyway?

Following several screenshots teasing the release of the new Speed Report in Search Console, Google has finally released an ‘experimental’ beta version. The report enables users to assess the speed of their site’s URLs quickly and accurately. You can find it beneath the ‘enhancements’ tab:

Following several screenshots teasing the release of the new Speed Report in Search Console, Google has finally released an ‘experimental’ beta version. The report enables users to assess the speed of their site’s URLs quickly and accurately. You can find it beneath the ‘enhancements’ tab:

Ease of use

One of the main perks of Search Console’s Speed Report is that it provides data on all of the URLs in one place. There’s no longer any need to submit multiple requests or run endless Page Speed Insight tests. Speed Report assesses all of your URLs and gives you a graphical representation of how their loading speeds are changing over time.

Real-time data

Speed Report gets its data from the Chrome User Experience Report, which provides metrics to measure how real-world users are experiencing sites. As a result, the analysis in Speed Report is based on real-time user measurements rather than bot tests.

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