John Mueller of Google has confirmed an issue with the info displayed within the URL parameter device within the previous Google Search Console. In brief, the device generally shows zero and infrequently lower than it ought to, the URL parameter settings for the websites which have configured them. There have been quite a few complaints prior to now 24 hours.
Ryan Mews was one of many first to spot this. He mentioned, "Has something modified within the GSC URL settings administration space?" Right here is an instance of a screenshot that he shared:
John Mueller of Google confirmed the issue on Twitter and wrote "There may be some quirk with the info proven right here, we’re working to resolve this downside. Sorry for the confusion!"
Listed here are different examples:
I see the identical factor. In regards to the typical variety of parameters on the record … However, the variety of "monitored URLs" is now utterly empty. Which may be very unusual for this web site.
(Nothing irregular with our log information / exploration exercise) pic.twitter.com/TVErpZi6n5
– Jeff Flowers (@Bukowsky) January 6, 2020
Simply to replace this thread … It appears like the unique touchdown web page may be defective. It modified however they added a hyperlink "Configure URL settings" which then takes you to the settings. The "Add Parameter" button has been faraway from the unique touchdown web page. pic.twitter.com/8OLmiaTz2h
– Ryan Mews (@RyanMews) January 7, 2020
Right here is John's response:
There’s a sure oddity with the info displayed right here, we’re working to resolve this downside. Sorry for the confusion!
– 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) January 7, 2020
To this point, don't fear about this report – we'll hold you posted.
Discussion board Dialogue at Twitter.
Replace: this may be mounted now, however no official phrase from Google but:
Thanks for the replace, John … From what I can inform, the URL Param device appears to have returned to regular.
Similar screenshot as yesterday. It appears like the info within the "monitored URLs" is again. pic.twitter.com/ETYxzRiWOj
– Jeff Flowers (@Bukowsky) January 7, 2020