Google Webmaster Tools Adds Download To Google Spreadsheets

Google announced on the Google Webmaster Central blog that you can now download many of the “heavy” data directly into a Google Spreadsheet format.

Despite Google having a Webmaster Tools API and Python scripts to download your data, webmasters wanted something more basic and quicker to use.

The new download options are available in the Crawl errors, Search queries, Links to your site and some other areas. You can click on the download button in those reports and then “Select Download Format” as “CSV” or “Google Docs.”

Choosing “CSV” initiates a download of the data in CSV format which has long been available in Webmaster Tools and can be imported into other spreadsheet tools like Excel. If you select the new “Google Docs” option then your data will be saved into a Google Spreadsheet and the newly created spreadsheet will be opened in a new browser tab.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Google: SEO | Google: Webmaster Central

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  • http://twitter.com/BeckyLehmann Rebecca Lehmann

    It would be great if they would add the option to export to Google Docs to Google Analytics, too. 

  • http://goodlookingdigital.com Phil Turpin

    The times I find myself wishing they had that option in the Adwords Keyword Tool, too.

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