Google Search Console Added Three New Reports
Google Search Console Monitoring Overall Structured Data Performance
Google announced at Webmaster Central Blog, that they have added three new reports in search console. They added unparsable structured data report and two enhancement reports including sitelinks searchbox and logo. Google introduced these new features in search console that will help webmasters and developers to implement and diagnose structured data.
Unparsable Structured Data Report
Unparsable structured data is a new report that aggregates structured data syntax errors that prevented Google from identifying the feature type. Google said “that is the reason these issues are aggregated here instead of the intended specific feature report.” You can use this report to see if Google was unable to parse any of the structured data you tried to add to your site.
The report helps you with the following actions:
- Review the trends of errors, warnings and valid items: To view each status issue separately, click the colored boxes above the bar chart.
- Review warnings and errors per page: To see examples of pages which are currently affected by the issues, click a specific row below the bar chart.
Here is a screen shot:
You can check this report to see if Google was unable to parse any of the structured data you tried to add to your site. Below is a screenshot showing how the Unparsable Structured Data report looks like.
Logo & Sitelinks Searchbox Enhancements Report
You can read more about the reports in the Search Console Help Center.