New Google Search Console adds Search Appearance filters and more
You can now filter your Google Search Performance reports by Rich results, AMP non-rich results, AMP article, job listings and job details.
The new version of the Google Search Console has added a filter in the Performance report for “Search Appearance.”
The Search Appearance filter, which is also available in the old Search Console’s Search Analytics report lets you compare or filter rich results, AMP non-rich results, AMP article, job listings and job details. If you only want to see how well your AMP articles are doing, you can filter the report to show you that information. Or if you want to compare your rich results to AMP non-rich results to AMP article results, you can do that as well.
Here is a GIF from Google of this in action:
In addition to this new Search Appearance filter, Google added an export option on the validation details page, and the exported compare columns now have labels.
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