We have added support for fresh data in reports. This should help you better monitor your site’s performance and identify trends, patterns, and relevant changes.
We now use 7 days as the time period for fetching data both in forward and backward parts of priority-first sync. We changed this time period from 30 days to 7 to improve sync speeds. To learn more, see our priority-first sync documentation.
The Google Search Console connector now supports the priority-first sync. The Google Search Console’s priority-first sync fetches the most recent 30 days of data from the reporting tables. To learn more, see our priority-first sync documentation.
You can now configure your Google Search Console connector schema to select which tables you’d like to sync to your destination.
To learn more, see our data blocking documentation.
You can now configure your Google Search Console connector using the Fivetran REST API. This feature is in BETA and available only for Standard and Enterprise accounts.
You can now select how many months of reporting data you’d like to include in your initial sync. Choose from the following options:
- 3 months
- 6 months
- 12 months (default)
- 24 months
- All time
We have dropped the following tables because Google Search Console has deprecated the
/urlCrawlErrorsCounts/query endpoints as part of migration. For reference, please check https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9073702#resource
We have split the
SITE_REPORT table into two separate tables,
Google Search Console allows you to monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot your site’s presence in Google Search results.