Originally at https://searchenginewatch.com/2016/05/24/tie-your-web-and-mobile-properties-together-in-search-console-plus-three-more-recent-changes-2/

Since writing our comprehensive and barn-stormingly popular complete guide to Search Console a couple of weeks ago, Google has since released a few updates to make webmasters lives a darn sight easier.

We’ll discuss a few of these later in the article, but first let’s reveal the news that Google Search Console now lets you tie all your managed multi-platform sites together and track the combined visibility in search.

Search Console just launched a way to tie your sites together; something wanted by lots of people! https://t.co/FskytBdeyL

— John Mueller (@JohnMu) May 23, 2016

This feature is called ‘Property sets’ and will be found in the Search Analytics section of Search Console.

From the post on the Webmaster Central blog:

“[Property sets] lets you combine multiple properties (both apps and sites) into a single group to monitor the overall clicks and impressions in search within a single report.”

So all those separate platforms you operate for one single brand – websites, mobile sites, apps – you’ll be able to treat as a single entity if you wish. You can even add HTTP or HTTPS versions of the same site and combine multiple apps.

All you need to do is

Create a property set
Add the properties you’re interested in
The data will start being collected within a few days

properties in search console

This aggregated data from across all properties will be found in the Search Analytics section and you’ll be able to check everything from clicks, to impressions to CTR, as you would normally with single properties.

The roll-out will take place in the next couple of days.

This follows a few new recent featu…

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