Three new reports have been introduced by Google within the new Google Search Console – a new report for unparsable structured data and two new enhancement reports.
The unparsable structured data report aggregates structured data syntax errors. It puts all the parsing issues, such as structured data syntax errors, that specifically prevented Google from identifying the feature type. According to Google, “that is the reason these issues are aggregated here instead of the intended specific feature report.” In addition, Google said that 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.
Here is what this report could look like:
If you use Sitelinks Searchbox markup, you might see a new report that will be listed under the enhancement reports section. It shows you more details about the performance and/or errors around your Sitelinks Searchbox markup. The report shows you the trends of errors, valid items, and warnings. You can view each status issue individually. Just click the colored box above the bar chart. It’s possible to review warnings and errors per page by clicking on a specific row below the bar chart.
If you’re using Logo markup, Google might even add another new enhancement report to that section, which will display more details about the performance and/or errors around your Logo markup. In the report, you’ll find trends of errors, warnings and valid items. You’ll be able to view every status issue individually by clicking the colored boxes above the bar chart. You can review warnings and errors per page by clicking on a specific row below the bar chart.
Check out the following screenshot of what these reports may look like: