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Google Drops The Old Search Queries Report From Google Search Console
After four months of having access to the Search Analytics report, Google has removed the legacy Search Queries report from the Search Console.
Google has begun removing the Search Queries report from the Google Search Console.
This should come as no surprise, being that the new Search Analytics report was expected to fully replace the Search Queries report. The Search Analytics report launched to all Google Search Console users about four months ago.
There are many webmasters now reporting that the Search Queries report is no longer available.
Personally, I still see it, but most webmasters that I asked said the report is gone. Instead they are shown a link to use the Search Analytics report in stead. Here is that message, provided by @jasonlax:
The old search queries report is/was accessible to Google Search Console users via this URL.
I might be able to still see the old one because I was part of the early alpha testing period of the new Search Analytics report.
Postscript: Google announced that all access to the old Search Queries report will go offline September 16th.