Last Updated on September 10, 2019 by 12blogger.com
Google: goodbye to the old Search Console. Today the team from the Google WebMaster bid farewell to their old appearance of the search console. The following message was conveyed by them in their blog.
Here is their message:
” Saying goodbye to the old Search Console
Monday, September 09, 2019
Today we are reaching another important milestone in our graduation journey, we are saying goodbye to many old Search Console reports, including the home and dashboard pages 👋. Those pages are part of the history of the web, they were viewed over a billion times by webmasters from millions of websites. These pages helped site owners and webmasters to monitor and improve their performance on Google Search for over a decade.
From now on, if you try to access the old homepage or dashboard you’ll be redirected to the relevant Search Console pages. There are only a few reports that will still be available on the old interface for now – check the Legacy tools and reports in the Help Center. We’re continuing to work on making the insights from these reports available in the new Search Console, so stay tuned!
Below is our last tribute to them, a picture of the team with the old Search Console in the background 😍. But we thought you might also have something to share, maybe some beautiful memories you have with the home and dashboard pages below (or any old Search Console page) – so we’ll be monitoring #SCmemories if you want to share your stories with us on Twitter.
Thank you for working together with us on making the web better – and see you at the new Search Console! If you have any feedback, let us know through the Webmasters community.
Posted by Hillel Maoz on behalf of the Search Console team.”