Google is once again looking for beta testers to help improve the Google Search Console Performance report. John Mueller of Google posted on Twitter saying “we’re looking to make some changes and would love to get your feedback, especially if you use the report regularly & have a kinda complex site.” To apply to be a beta tester, go this form and complete it.
Hey masters of the Search Console Performance report — we’re looking to make some changes and would love to get your feedback, especially if you use the report regularly & have a kinda complex site. Curious to try it out? Sign up here:https://t.co/yNwmUciohv pic.twitter.com/BBTcffnPnc
— 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) November 28, 2018
Google said on the form:
We’re looking for a handful of beta-testers for some changes in the Search Console Performance report. In particular, we’d love to get feedback from folks who use this report on a daily or weekly basis, who are willing to send us feedback, and who have websites that either:
use multiple subdomains / properties for the same content (eg, m-dot, amp-dot sites)
use multiple subdomains / properties for different content (eg, blog. , shop., www.)
use multiple subdomains / domains for internationalization
are otherwise complicated 🙂
Google said they will l send you a short email should we select you for this test.
Forum discussion at Twitter.