You Can't Add Or Edit Your URL Parameters In Google Webmaster Tools

Jan 28, 2013 • 8:34 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google URL ParametersThere is a bug in Google Webmaster Tools right now where you cannot add, edit or delete URL parameters within the interface.

The issue started Thursday, January 24th and was reported in two different Google Webmaster Help threads.

When you access the interface to manage your URL parameters in Webmaster Tools, the buttons to edit or delete or even add parameters is simply not there.

Google's John Mueller is aware of the issue and he said he has reported it to the appropriate team. John wrote:

Thanks for posting. It looks like the buttons have gone missing for you there, sorry! I'll check with the Webmaster Tools team to see what we can do about that.

There is no ETA for a fix.

Forum discussion at Google Webmaster Help.

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Comments:

Jan Macarol Vrabec

01/28/2013 07:52 pm

Noticed that... they have a lot of problems. For one... we are all in the year 2013 and not in 2001. The web changed in the past few years. But google did not adopt. It’s a shame that webmasters must build sitemaps and tweak their sites to get indexed in 2013. There are no excuses.... “Help us know.... what your page is all about... This is bull shit” Sorry for my language... The google search did not develop because the google has no serious competitors. They developed thrones of services ….. which are great... but forgot about the core of their business... Search... And they make tons of mistakes... all the time... If they can not determine duplicated content... If some sites with technologies from the 90’s have better page ranks than pages in HTML5.... if google does not consider the quality also by technology.... ectr... Google has serious problems with it’s search development. It’s becoming somehow.... controlled. I am even convinced there is a human factor as a part of the page “PR”. If you are too big... if you grow... there is going to be a human factor as a part of your PR. The web is becoming somehow controlled. The success … of an individual or a group … depends on money … venture... not just for one reason... everything is connected...

jemin

01/29/2013 10:28 am

Hum Who is responsible for that? We have just suffer from Same Issue.hope old setting will be there...

RA

01/29/2013 10:51 am

This is a big problem, why doesn't google attend to it? Lately they have a lot of problems.

Rank Watch

01/29/2013 11:51 am

Well, I do hope that this gets to sort out as early as possible, else there could be some serious hiccups in the webmasters mind and might benefit some negative seekers also.

FizX

01/31/2013 03:31 pm

I cant enable my EMAIL notifications from the webmaster and my queries dropped to zero ! . No idea why and what to do .. build a new sitemap and submitted it today , do you think that be the issue ? @facebook-651829118:disqus Totally with you ..

Derek Price

02/03/2013 03:05 am

I'm getting worried this will never get fixed and i'm afraid to login to my webmaster tools account to find more things not working. I'm trying to rebuild my blog and using stat's to find out what I need to fix or work on and Google taking there time fixing bug's.

Sam Elam

02/03/2013 10:34 pm

Thanks for posting. I was trying to figure out what I missing. Never thought Google would remove the buttons!

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