Hallelujah! Google Search Console Adds A Years Worth Of Data On Beta

Dec 13, 2017 - 1:12 pm 22 by

Google Search Console Data

Finally! Google has released a years worth of data in Google Search Console - well the beta version. If you have access to the beta version of Google Search Console and go to the performance report, you will see a filter to change the date range for that report and the options include over 12 moths of data!

The options are:

  • Last 7 days
  • Last 28 days
  • Last 3 months
  • Last 6 months
  • Last 12 months
  • Full duration

Here is a screen shot (click it to enlarge):

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We knew this would be a feature in the new Google Search Console, so this is going to he super exciting to almost all SEOs and webmasters I know that care about Search Console data.

Google has been promising us this since 2013 and now it is here - for some of us with the beta.

I wonder how long "full duration" will go. Does that mean Google will not cut off any data from December 2016 through whenever in the future? So will the data be more than 12 months? It kind of appears that way, doesn't it?

Glenn Gabe also sees it:

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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