In July, we first uncovered the new beta Google Search Console and SEOs and webmasters have been eager to get into the beta. With the news that we broke where Google is showing over a year of data in the beta Google Search Console, more and more are extremely eager to see their sites and clients sites being part of the beta.
Google's John Mueller, for the first time I am aware of, actually gave some sort of timeline on when the beta Google Search Console will be rolled out. He said the plan is to roll it out to everyone "early next year." Of course that is a wide timeframe, it can be Q1 2018 or in early Q2 2018 but Google is still testing it and is not ready to roll it out to everyone.
Here is John's tweet saying this:
Google did recently expand the people invited into the beta, Google said so this morning on Twitter:Early next year is the plan.— John â.o(â§â-½â¦)o.â (@JohnMu) December 14, 2017
So hopefully you have access to the beta, if not, hopefully you will soon because who doesn't like getting access to more data?It's awesome to see such excitement around the Search Console beta! We've added more sites to try it out, so please leave feedback! However, the general release is still a bit away, likely early next year. May the patience be with you! ð--https://t.co/vuUlAXvLqX— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) December 14, 2017
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