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Google Is Removing Generic Rich Results Filter From Search Console Performance Report

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Google is going to removing the generic rich results filter in the search appearance section found within the performance report found within the Search Console. Because of this filter’s removal from the report, that means that you won’t be able to see how your rich results are performing in an aggregate.

The reasoning behind this removal is, according to Google, is that the search engine already has other filters and reports for most individual rich results, almost making this filter redundant.

The filter will be removed from both the Google Search Console interface and API.

The filter will be going away on August 1st of this year.

Source – Search Engine Land

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