Recently, Google has released a beta version of Google search console to some limited users. Now, Google has they have released a beta version to all users of search console. So, that everyone can explore this simplified process of optimizing a website’s presence on Google Search. The main thing is that they have included Search performance, Index Coverage, AMP status, and Job posting reports and they will send a message once their site is ready for the new Search Console.
Until the new Search Console is complete, both versions will live side-by-side and will be easily interconnected via links in the navigation bar, so you can use both. The new Search Console was rebuilt from the ground up by surfacing the most actionable insights and creating an interaction model which guides you through the process of fixing any pending issues.
Introducing the new Google Search Console Beta Version
Search Performance: with 16 months of data!
With the new report, you’ll have 16 months of data, to make analyzing longer-term trends easier and enable year-over-year comparisons. In the near future, this data will also be available via the Search Console API.
Index Coverage: a comprehensive view of Google’s indexing
It shows correctly indexed URLs, warnings about potential issues, and reasons why Google isn’t indexing some URLs. The report is built on our new Issue tracking functionality that alerts you when new issues are detected and helps you monitor their fix.
For more detail, in brief regarding Google’s Search Console Update, Read official Google Webmaster Master Blog.