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Adding Users to Google Search Console

3 Sep, 2015 McKell Naegle

Google Search Console, formerly Google Webmaster Tools, lets you understand how Google crawls and indexes your site. It is a way for the site owner to look under the hood of their website to discover problems which might be affecting their traffic, search rankings and overall user experience.

When adding a user to your Google Search Console account, you can give them restricted or full access. Google explains the difference;

“Full users can view all data, and tale most actions, such as changing site settings or demoting sitelinks. Restricted users can view most data, and can take some actions.”

Adding a user in Google Search Console

  1. Once logged in, click on the gear wheel in the right corner
  2. Click “add a new user”
  3. Add users email and set permission
  4. Click add

As you can see, adding users is incredibly easy. For more information on Google Search Console (Google Webmaster Tools) and other information about Google, visit our Google blog posts.

If you would like to link your Google Analytics account with your Google Search Console account, check out the video below!

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