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Google is shutting down the old Search Console message board

Google is shutting down the old Search Console message board

Google Search Console will terminate the old version of Messaging starting August 1, 2022. If you try to access

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Google Search Console will terminate the old version of Messaging starting August 1, 2022. If you try to access the old version of the Search Console Message Board, you will be presented with a notification that says “Important: This report will not be available after August 1, 2022. Please use the new Message Board instead So. “

notice. Here is a screenshot of the notification I can see for a verified site in Google Search Console:

All messages have been transmitted. Not to worry, in February 2022, Google moved all messages from the old Search Console to the new Search Console. The Google He said Then it has “finished migrating all messages to the new Search Console interface”. As a result, you should expect “more user messages in the message board”.

More details. When Google introduced the new Google Search Console tool in 2018, not everything migrated from the old platform to the new one. In fact, there are still several tools in Search Console that haven’t migrated yet. In 2019, Google revamped Search Console Messages and turned it into a bell icon in its own panel. But not all messages in this section were found when it was launched. Now, all messages should be available in this message board and the old version will be gone in the next several weeks.

Why do we care. Now it’s easy for you to see all the messages you might receive from Google Search Console in one place. It can be a bit tricky to see all these messages, but don’t worry, check them and anything that seems worrisome or important, talk to your SEO consultant, agency or developer to get their help.

Removing the old version will force some of you who keep checking these messages to focus only on one message board from now on and hopefully save you time and resources.


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